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Topics: dyslexia, Yoda

Sunday, 26 September 2010

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Some of the most famous celebrities of today are dyslexic personalities. The owner of Virgin airlines Richard Branson, John Lennon, actors like Tom Cruise, Robin Williams and Whoopi Goldberg, Photographer David Bailey.

Even people from past times like Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci and Thomas Edison are also said to have suffered from learning problems like Dyslexia.

Now Yoda, the diminutive Jedi Master has come out in support of dyslexia sufferers and admitted, "I too dyslexia have" In an effort to reduce the social stigma and increase awareness of this extremely common issue. It is thought that a lot more people suffer from it than is actually known due to the potential embarrassment felt by the dyslexic individual.

"Hide it in shame, I did. Hide it well also did I" said the swamp living force user "guessed my secret, no one did. A dark secret for me it was. This way to the dark side leads" warned Yoda "Honest, I should have been sooner and well all would have been. Learn young padawan from Yoda you should"

There is a growing movement to encourage honesty about the issue and to help encourage other sufferers to come forward and show that they too, despite the potential setback, can still have what it takes to make it in the world. Even some famous writers have been dyslexic, Hans Christian Anderson, W.B. Yeats and Matthatt.

"Darth Vader dyslexic also was" announced the light sabre wielding keeper of the peace "Embrace his flaws he did not, and paid the price he did"

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