Sometimes you read something that gives you a bit of a kick. This is taken from ‘Francis Schaeffer: An Authentic Life’ by Collin Duriez, and I found it at Justin Taylor’s blog over at the Gospel Coalition:
A large obstacle to his development, which went unnoticed, was severe dyslexia. In later years many of his students at L’Abri noticed what seemed to them amusing mispronunciations: he spoke of Mary Quaint (instead of Quant), the film Dr. Strange Glove (instead of Dr. Strangelove), and Chairman Mayo (instead of Mao). His youngest daughter Deborah Middelmann remembers him frequently calling down to her for the spelling of simple words like who and which, even when she was as young as five or six.
If you don’t know anything about Francis Schaeffer do an internet search and be inspired. Whatever challenges you face, nothing can stop you achieving the good works which God has stored up in advance for us to do.