Blind, Austic Boy Is Charmed by Street Performer



  • 2012-10-09T15:49:09

Beautiful video, what a wonderful street performer.

  • 2012-09-07T08:13:39

Such a sweet video. I love the fact that the street performer didn't seem phased or upset with the young boy getting closer, touching him, or touching the guitar. Makes me wonder if the performer has had experience w/ someone (child/adult) with autism or 'disability' <---I dislike using that word, for my philosophy is dis...the disability and see that person's ABILITIES.

  • 2012-06-15T21:57:21

How touching. Brave Mom. Wonderful boy. And gracious musician. God is good. Love what Yvette said.

  • 2012-06-04T12:13:00

Right, but also because Man (Jacob) was created in the image of God! No other creature on earth can claim that.

  • 2012-05-25T17:08:53

Music can tame the savage beast of autism. It brings to mind king David and Saul.

  • 2012-05-24T16:43:10

How is it that we can be so moved by music? Yet our dog can be sitting next to us, hearing the same thing and he is not moved? Or my cat?

  • 2012-05-23T04:05:51

I know how music can touch the hearts of children like this. I get to be a princess for many darling kids that react this way to my singing to them.

  • 2012-05-17T20:54:36


  • 2012-05-17T14:52:36

So moving! This proves that music is so powerful and moving! Seth loves listening to his uncle and cousin play and sing with the guitar, but he still wants to play the drums! LOL

  • 2012-05-17T13:46:43

Awe my heart was full of joy watching his reaction to the sound of the guitar. Them that’s got shall get. Them that’s not shall lose. So the Bible said and it still is news. Mama may have, Papa may have. But God Bless the child that got his own. That’s got his own.

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