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Meet Talented Lady Who Uses Her Skin Disorder to Draw Map Of The World and Other Astonishing Things

Some people are naturally born to be talented while some work very hard to get to where they want to be in life. Be talented is not the only ingredient needed to be successful in life, one has to utilise the talent to great effect by being creative, innovative and, most of all, determined to succeed. In any disability there is always an ability because no matter the condition you find yourself, don't ever let it weigh you down, and remember that there are a lot of people who are in far worse condition than yours.

A beautiful young lady known as Ash Soto is becoming a world sensation after she shared pictures of herself online where she had done some wonderful things to her body. The young lady suffers from a skin disorder popularly known as vitiligo. Vitiligo is a condition where the pigment is lost from the areas of the skin, causing whitish patches with no obvious cause. However, Ash Soto has used her body disorder as a makeshift for success after she decided to draw some art on her body to make her unique among her peers.

She is popularly called "world painted" because she draws world maps on her body and other amazing art works. She was born in Puerto Rico, at the age of she was diagnosed with vitiligo causing her skin disorder. She has always lacked self-confidence and would always cover up all parts of her body because she was afraid of being body-shamed. However, she came out boldly in 2016 to announce herself to the world by showing off the art works on her body to reveal her talent.

Ash Soto has now become a celebrity who is well-admired for using a pen to draw things like maps, cartoons, and animals on her skin. Her story has changed from being body shamed to being celebrated by the general public. She was able to achieve this result by believing in herself and turning her disability into creativity that will benefit her in the long run.

We must all learn from Ash Soto's situation that self-belief and determination is the key to success, especially those who have one disability or the other. Been disabled is not the end of the world, you should rather use it as a bait to help yourself succeed in life without feeling inferior wherever you find yourself.

What do you admire most about her? Let's hear your own opinion.

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Ash Soto


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