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Blind And Autistic Kid Left Everyone Sobbing When He Sang THIS Onstage! I’m Drying My Tears!

Not every one of us gets it easy at life. There are people who have to struggle from the very minute they set foot on the earth. Christopher Duffley is one of such survivors who had a pretty rough start in life.
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Blind And Autistic Kid Left Everyone Sobbing When He Sang THIS Onstage! I’m Drying My Tears
 He had a premature birth; i.e. he was born after just 26 weeks and cocaine was found in his system. He was even left in foster care by his parents but thankfully his aunt stepped in and decided to care for her brother’s child.



Christopher was born with autism and lost his eyesight to Retinopathy of Prematurity. But despite of his disability, he did not give up on his life. Instead he struggled to find a new way in his life through singing. In this video below we see Christopher performing a wonderful song “Lean On Me” by Bill Withers along with the World Outreach Church Kid’s Choir near Nashville, Tennessee.

Watch this video below. Did this lift up your spirit? Let us know through your comments below!
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