The Innocent Question Of An 8 Year Old Child – OHS054

Sometimes children ask the most amazing questions. Especially if you do not have two hands. There usually is not a day goes by that I do not have some kind of truly outstanding interaction with kids and children. So much of this has to do with the pure openness and innocence children have when it comes to asking questions. Part of it is just plain curiosity. The rest I believe is simply the human condition at a very young age. You put all that together with a one-handed life and very cool, special, and remarkable moments can unfold right before our eyes. I find these spontaneous interactions with children and kids to be some of the coolest, enjoyable, and impactful interactions of my one-handed life. Everyday I look forward to this part of my life. 

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Show Notes:

  • The pure sincerity of children.
  • The greatest moments of my one-handed life.
  • She said I was perfect just the way I was.
  • Making everything OK.

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Play your hand,
AlejAndro

2 Responses to “The Innocent Question Of An 8 Year Old Child – OHS054

  • March a Rodandello
    4 months ago

    You are so amazing! I loved this story! Shawn & I were both crying & laughing all in a good way. We love you so much!

    • AlejAndro Anastasio
      3 months ago

      Thanks so much Marcha. So glad you are tuning in and listening. I love and miss you both and hope to see you soon.

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