It is very common to observe that parking zones of Handicapped people are not taken into consideration by the public.
When a normal person goes forward and parks at a zone where the disabled people are supposed to park, they make them do an extra activity in looking for a parking spot, a thing that would have been evaded.
A person may seem fully abled when you look at him, but the fact is that she/he may be having a disability which grants him permission to access the parking spot.
A perfect example of such people is Ethan Schlemer. When he was diagnosed with soft tissue cancer known as sarcoma, his leg had to be amputated.
Although the leg was no more, he struggled hard to make the ends meet with his prosthetic leg. But the fact remained that he was a disabled man and sometimes a bad move would be able to earn him a fall or some pain.
On this day when he was getting to his car from Walmart, he just smiled at the offensive note that he found left on the car’s windshield, which spelt out clearly that he never was disabled.
What the author of the offensive note never knew is that he was truly disabled. To Schlemer, the note was nothing but a compliment of how the writer never noted that he was disabled.
This story is a lesson to let us be aware that we should never judge people from their looks, and it is not a wise thing to park on handicapped spots when you are a fully abled person because a disabled person might be needing that spot too!