Every once in a while, life graces us with moments that shape our perspectives, guide our actions, and deepen our resolve. Today, I was visiting with some friends at the Florida Business Enterprise (BEP) Conference organized by the Division Of Blind Services here in Orlando, I was gifted one such moment, as Tom Sullivan took the stage.
Born in 1947, Tom Sullivan was not just an actor but an epitome of resilience. Blinded shortly after birth due to Retinopathy of Prematurity. Tom’s life was anything but ordinary. His journey, chronicled in his autobiographical book and movie “If You Could See What I Hear,” speaks volumes about overcoming adversity.