Autism In Oscar Wilde's The Picture Of Dorian Gray

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''Why is he very odd? Why is he crying while lying on the ground in this such big supermarket?" The people surrounding us who do not know about autism will react like this when they see the kids with autism. The most hurtful one is when some of them stare and talking bad about these unfortunate kids. However for the family that have an autism kid as the family member will understand more about that situation. In addition, that experience also leads to their way of thinking. For examples they know more how to manage emotion wisely, not only improving common sense but also acceptance and last but not least building the compassion towards others. As they always take care of the kid with special abilities, they know how to manage their action…show more content…
It is because they have a family member that really needs that kind of things to ensure the happier life. So the family members usually learn how to practice that in their life first by starting accept the existence of the autism kid. Oscar Wilde once stated in his famous novel which is known as The Picture of Dorian Gray, "Nowadays most people die of a sort of creeping common sense, and discover when it is too late that the only things one never regrets are one's mistakes.” Other than that, Robert Green Ingersoll said that it is a thousand times better to have a common sense without education than to have education without common sense. From these two quotations, I believe that people who have common sense more conscious and understand to a certain situation and they will do something that can make the situation become better. In addition, they will accept someone who have some weakness without any bias and try to overcome that by turning that into strengths. Sometimes we do not need to be the one who are intelligent and know all the knowledge but all that we need to be is the one who have both of this; knowledge and common

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