The Boy Who Said Hi

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3 Responses

  1. It is so true that this shouldn’t be different, everyone should be treated equally! Thank you for sharing your story! We’re neighbors today at Joy in this Journey 😉 Blessings 🙂

  2. We are so wired for immediate and clear responses in conversation that when we’re faced with someone who communicates very slowly (like my daughter did, using her communication device) or with sounds instead of words, we don’t know what to do. All the cues we normally rely on to determine whether we’ve been understood are gone, and the silence in between sentences is awkward too. But I’ve noticed that kids are much better at bridging that, especially when they get even a little encouragement from the adults around. I tried to engage people around us whenever possible, too. It was so refreshing when people would actually come up and ask questions.

  3. csihope says:

    a wonderful amazing story many children and adults can learn from the boy that said hi

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