Saturday, March 8, 2008

What Does Inclusion Mean To You?

This man with autism, who was chosen to sing the national anthem, got a case ofthe giggles half way through.

Listen to what the crowd does to support him. Makes you wonder what the world would be like if we always helped, not hurt one another.

H/T to Punky D


PeterGunn said...

It's so good to have found my way over here, Michelle, although a bit late it would seem.

I agree completely with your thoughts on this video! Everyone is so much better off when they come together to hold someone up, as opposed to taking another down.

The feeling I got from the video was great, chills up the back and a feeling of satisfaction that the fans have truly helped the young man.

MMC said...

Thanks for dropping by, Peter.

Glad you liked it. It's an amazing video that's been making the rounds and I think it needs to be seen more.

Casdok said...

Ive posted this clip before, and yes does need to be seen more.
Then maybe we will get better reactions on a daily basis! I can dream....

Balancing Act said...

It brought tears to my eyes as I think about my own kids and some of the hurdles they may face in their lives. I hope that if we as parents can't always be there that there will find people as compasionate as they are in this video. Thanks for sharing Michelle. As always... a pleasure.

Guy said...

Absolutely beautiful. That made my day. What an incredible way to show love and support.