Feeling sorry for yourself? Take a look at this inspirational musical story.
He and his father are remarkable men.
At the end of the clip it mentioned he's a composer too.
Thanks for sharing, Larry
Great story. Thanks, Larry. I'll have check out that young man's CD, what a beautiful performance of Debussy's Clair de lune.
Clair de lune? Now that really p's me off I can't open Utube from the school. Guess me have to wait for home.Originally Posted by Leaf
Yet, how are you doing Mr. Larry?
Awesome story !
Thank you Larry for posting this,
Another one those examples of against all odds with the sub theme of how dare I complain. I so glad to see that he knows that God gave him so much more than he gave to some who have eyes and limbs that function as they should, but with a heart that is empty and void of possiblities.
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I had to click on this several times before I got this video. I wouldn't like to have missed this. It is a wonderful world of abilities and an amazing story.
Thank you, Larry.
[PS I remember a TV broadcast about a disabled guy, adopted by elder people, because nobody wanted him, nobody had the guts to give him love. And sudden in the middle of the night he stumbled towards the piano and started playing - after several years of care and love. As I remember well, his name was Lesley. God gives talents to everybody, no matter who he/she looks like.]
Thanks for posting this, it was a real inspiration. Some people are made out of metal in a way that I never will be. All my respect and best wishes to Patrick and his amazing father.
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