Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Music Unwind

Last Saturday, I attended this music recital in Centre Point whereby people got together to play music, to sing, and whatnot together. People from all age groups, all walks of life took the time to organize events as such, to perform for us.

Credits to those who has the guts to go up there to perform. Just appearing there deserve an applause.

When made that night so meaningful was that all the money was to be donated to the autistic children. There was a boy with autism performed with the piano. I just don't know what do you call that except for being a genius and gifted. Apparently, he can memorize the whole notes in minutes. He doesn't need to look at the notes when he plays. Throughout the whole performance, he was just looking at the crowd. He is one that deserves a standing ovation. It was a very moving scene. It's not just the normal song, but the speed that he's playing was absolutely splendid. No fault found. What's more, I even thought that it was a recording! That was how perfect it was.

These kids may be socially impaired, but they are no different from us. They breathe the same air, and all they ever need is to have the love and support from family and friends. It's very sad to see these special children with the situation they are in. Hold their hand and walk them through life.

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