God is having the powers to remove the handicaps from our body and in our mind. During the Treta Yuga, the great king KartaviryaArjuna was born without hands and legs, and due to that he suffered a lot. After getting the advice from his mother, he went to the forest, and performed severe penance on Lord Dattatreya, and as a result he has got one thousand arms and two legs. We have also read from the history of great saints like Guru Raghavendra and Shirdi Baba that they have cured the illness of the devotees, and also recovered their devotees from their handicaps.
Before a century, a great Muruga devotee, in order to recover from his prolonged illness had prayed to Lord Muruga, and removed his tongue and put it in the Hundial of one Muruga Temples. To his surprise, he soon got recovered from his illness, and his tongue also was grown within a few weeks. This miracle was done by Lord Muruga, in appreciation of his sincere bhakti.
During the previous Dwapara Yuga, when Lord Krishna took the Vishwaroopa form, he gave eye sight, and made king Dhritarashtra to see his darshan. Likewise lot of miracles were happened in the lives of the devotees, and due to that, the handicaps in their mind and body, were permanently removed by the great almighty.
If we show our true devotion on the almighty, and if we have any handicaps in our body, we would also be cured at least to some extent. If we read the life history of various saints, we can understand how god has tested them and moulded them properly. As per legend, once the elephant Gajendra, when he was being captured by a crocodile, he didn’t lose hope and began to pray to Lord Vishnu, and also plucked a lotus flower from the pond, and showed it in the sky, as an act of offering the holy flower to Lord Vishnu.
Lord Vishnu also came urgently from the Vaikunta, and saved the elephant from the crocodile. It was happened to him due to his true bhakti on the almighty. Hence let us sincerely worship the almighty and let us pray to him to remove the handicaps in our mind like jealousy, pride, lust, greed and anger, and let him make us into pure and pious.