10 Year-Old Blind Autistic Boy Singing

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+9 1. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

i really admire his uncle, having two small but healthy kids and being awake right now
you have to be something else to accept that responsibility
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+8 2. marleymanbob commented 8 years ago

Awesome video. My son has autism but I can't even imagine how hard it is to be blind as well. My utmost respect goes to the family for helping find him find his road in life and taking care of him as well as they obviously are.
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+8 3. Pyranthos commented 8 years ago

a blind autistic kid singing Open The Eyes of My Heart... Didn't expect to be fighting onion ninjas today. He should sell hugs, I'd get in that line, as well as shake his uncle/foster father's hand. Nothing but admiration here.
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+5 4. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

It's good seeing kids like this that are appreciative of life despite troubles they face... Today most of the kids will call their parents useless pieces of crap and worst in the world because they didn't get them for their birthday the right colored car or iPhone, and forget to be thankful that they are normal and healthy, they got bot eyes, legs, hands. etc... Always appreciate what you already have, even if it's not much... it could be much worse :)