This quote written by Helen Keller was something that spiritually connected her to her surroundings. Helen Keller lost the ability to speak, hear, and see. This made her life on earth extremely difficult to navigate. These conditions also were an arduous and burdensome task. Many people discriminated her because of this. In the end, I believe she overcame this challenge and turned it into her life calling. She was able to show others with disibilities that they were no less than success. She knew that you don't need a leg or the ability to speak, it is your actions that really count. She also know, as she mentioned in the quote, that the greatest things aren't touchable or seeable. They are the feelings that are so deep, they reach your heart and soul. This is the importance of life and Helen Keller portrayed that in this quote.