Reality isn’t something you perceive; it’s something you create in your mind. Isaac Lidsky learned this profound lesson firsthand, when unexpected life circumstances yielded valuable insights. In this introspective, personal talk, he challenges us to let go of excuses, assumptions and fears, and accept the awesome responsibility of being the creators of our own reality.

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45 Comments

Isaac Ibrahim

April 30, 2020

Respect 👏🙏

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juice30

April 30, 2020

I went totally blind five years ago. I just discovered this Ted talk yesterday. It was a relief to hear that somebody else had experienced the fears that I experienced when I went blind. Great talk!

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Maria Christina Briones

April 30, 2020

❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Seven

April 30, 2020

You didn't tell us how to fix it

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Mandy S

April 30, 2020

Awesome and truly inspirational!

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Heather Fronczak

April 30, 2020

Such an amazing message!

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George Schlaline

April 30, 2020

Even sermons aren't real if you don't believe in them

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Sean

April 30, 2020

Amazing

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Hturt Yada

April 30, 2020

What the world is like is always in the beholders of the eyes. An great example of relativity

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Pink Bunny

April 30, 2020

Why does he sound like Barack Obama?! Very inspirational too!

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Tejinder Chahal

April 30, 2020

Awsom ! Great inspiration. Thanks sir

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jaja 1918

April 30, 2020

All you have is what you tell yourself everyday.

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Fachmi Septiawan

April 30, 2020

"blindness gives me vision,I hope you see what I see" I like that one

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April 30, 2020

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joncjb

April 30, 2020

NEO

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Gayatri Desai

April 30, 2020

Wow

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E Moran

April 30, 2020

So amazing.

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E Moran

April 30, 2020

This is the first person, Isaac Lidsky, whose words have struck a cord with me, unlike any other. Thank you

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robert cooper

April 30, 2020

Greatest story ever told

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ganeshshakthi

April 30, 2020

Impressive! My respects for you!

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Carlos Flores

April 30, 2020

What a badass. Great man

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Marília Canabrava

April 30, 2020

Nem tradução, nem legenda.
Que pena!

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David ZX

April 30, 2020

An awful one sir

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Denis Mann

April 30, 2020

134 dislikes. It is truly worrying how many dickheads there are out there….

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Vicki

April 30, 2020

Wow not only does he speak very eloquently, but the message!! I love how he started off his talk with five potential lies, keeping the audience engaged and then made it ironic. His message to not let fear become your reality is emphasized though the simplicity of his presentation

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Isaac Tucker

April 30, 2020

Somebody loves William Glasser, lol

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Dream Of A Tiger

April 30, 2020

What an amazing man. 🙂

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Space Cowboy

April 30, 2020

Wow, very direct & intelligent man.

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Minecraft video

April 30, 2020

I learnt sometimes I may have to close my eyes to take better decisions.

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Timothy Blackburn

April 30, 2020

WOW!!! Its goes without saying, He became the most successful one out of that silly TV show.
What a truly AMAZING MAN!!!!

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Dooley David

April 30, 2020

SEEING=S-uper E-xciting E-nterptise I-s N-ow G-oing

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Hajereh F

April 30, 2020

What’s the thesis

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chris rice

April 30, 2020

the whole point of vision not to think but to keep you a live. most time you want to see what grass what not grass and what beat shape object over their

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chris rice

April 30, 2020

wow us eircksin have knowen this since around 1987 this not a new idea at all

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sudesh Bathla

April 30, 2020

wow well said Mark Zuckerberg

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Cesar Bennett

April 30, 2020

How To Live Life Eyes Wide Open
7:52–8:57

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Kayuan Maeda

April 30, 2020

Starts with science and critical thinking, ends up with reductive generalizations about life based on emotional driving ad hocs to protect the ego and sell some self-improvement mumbojumbo. This is getting old TED…

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salim pinjari

April 30, 2020

great and inspiring speech, keep motivate people,lol, keep it up

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silenthillstrangler

April 30, 2020

He sure is looking around at audience members a lot for a blind man.

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Hassan Baalbaki

April 30, 2020

Loved it

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Sudhi Ranjandash

April 30, 2020

A very good and encouraging Ted talk

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Janusz Polewski

April 30, 2020

That was fantastic! Very helpful

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schalazeal07

April 30, 2020

This is so inspirational and touching! Such a strong, wise man!

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韋辰姜

April 30, 2020

Wow so amazing
Your horizons are bigger than everyone.
Sometimes I considered if I got some crucial disease. How do I face it.
I hope I can see what you sea

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Julian Lautaro

April 30, 2020

amzing

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