i don’t understand

Apr 6, 2011

There are many things I do not understand. These things cause me to wonder with curiosity and to ponder with awe.

A friend sent me this clip this morning. Stephen was thought to be “special needs” in his early life. Now we see that he has an extraordinary gift.

Hopefully watching this clip will help many parents to relax a little more about their children. Many of those who do well in their school years, fall apart once they leave the security of the programmed childhood environments. Many others who struggle and fail all the way through school, later become the most outstanding citizens.

Enjoy and be inspired!





Stephen Wiltshire draws Rome from memory

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