Education can lead global movement to fight against stigma for the people with disabilities. However, stigma associated with disabilities is the curse of the society and we need to tackle this systemic problem with the weapon that is powerful than stigma. In my opinion, there are extraordinary disable people who have been taking lead roles to contribute significantly to this world. For example, Stephen Hawking, a physically disorder person, is a global icon among the contemporary scientists of the Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. His physical disability has not stopped him to offer invaluable intellectual services to the world of Physics. Therefore, the society should identify the talented disable people and recognize their contribution publicly so that all the disable people can be benefitted from the multiplier effect of the talented disable people. For this, the government in respective countries should have clear policy framework to recognize the contribution of the disable people to the societies. More importantly, we could run a global movement to support the disability by popularizing some slogans: don't treat me based on my limitations, rather treat me based on what I have done for you and others.