I always like to say that cerebral palsy is one piece from the thousand piece puzzle which makes up me. Therefore part of me. However I feel this quote is trying to separate the two, and that you can't be a person if you have a disability.
Who knows- probably reading far too much in to this (English literature student alert!).
I mean it's not something to be embarrassed about, or something that you should hide, if that's even possible to a certain extent. Normally if you are relaxed by the whole thing then so is everyone else- taking out the anomalies here.
In a way it is true though. A disability shouldn't be the first thing you see/ think about when you see a person because it's …