I don’t know about you… but I sure like the feeling that the world’s gonna be just fine. And this is one story makes me feel that way.
While Kate Myers was with her 18-month-old son, Kaden, at the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, something very unusual happened.
Kaden has spinal muscular atrophy and is confined to a wheelchair. And people – both young and old – had seemed unwilling to just treat him like a normal child. But one young boy at the science center did, and this is Kate’s Facebook post about it:
“To the little boy at the science museum, I don’t know who you are, but thank you for being amazing. You let my son play and engage with you. You helped him pick up balls from the floor when you saw that he could not. You didn’t ask what was wrong with him or why he couldn’t walk, you just saw him.
Kaden is a lot like you, he is very curious and wildly smart. He wants to know how everything works.
Thank you for helping him turn the lever when you noticed he was too weak to do it himself. You will probably never see this but just by being you, you make this world better.”
And this is why, I think… the world’s gonna be just fine.
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