When an individual suffers from a condition, we, as a society, use sympathy as our tool. And deem them unfit for great things.
However, these fantastic people keep proving their worth like it’s no one business. In the clip below is Christopher Duffley, a blind, autistic boy. He is singing “Lean on me” with 150 kids of WOC. I hope he keeps growing into this talent. Please enjoy the amazing performance. Do share your afterthoughts in the feed.
Christopher Duffley’s mom states:
“It was the music therapy where we realized that he really had talent, that he had perfect pitch, that the harmonies we heard were definitely a gift that he had,”
Please share this extraordinary act with your loved ones.