The first thing I would like to say thank you to those people that follow my blog called My Deaf Mind. Because of you people that give me the courage and self-will to continue writing.

The remembrance said to me, “People who follow your writing even if your family and friends who some hide in the back and read your words and said, whoa, he is fantastically improving every day, oh, salute his words and his fantasy. Oh, such a grace, and such an imagination.”

I read what inside me, and I don’t know what it is, but feelings, yes, emotions. Hmm, I would have thought if people who follow My Deaf Mind have wondered, what was he thinking? Or what was happening in his inner world? Or such a lovely word, looking forward to more of his.

When I am by my words, riddle, it is, but hence, wait and patient, for it is this engrained heart that I sing with no reason, but a purpose, from my soul. People who follow My Deaf Mind will understand why this engrained heart, but if you are new to my words, I welcome you to my mysterious thoughts, and perhaps one day you would say, I see what you mean.

May my blog flourish like a nature that comes from the soul.

© Ismael Mansoor

this is me


My name is Ismael, and I am Deaf. I would like to let you know that English is my second language because South African Sign Language is my first language. I started my passion for writing around 2010 after undergoing a difficult situation. It grew and grew, so here I am – expanding my posts to multiple sites. Finally, now I have my own site.

My writing is unique and comes from my Deaf mind. The Deafness in my mind is not silent, it thrives in the world of exclusion. Therefore, I write what I think. Some of them may be proactive, some of them may be provoking, but some of them may be lovely. I hope you enjoy my page.