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Gifted differently

By , journalist

Bangalore (India) - I was making my first visit to a day care center for spastic (1) and disabled children in Bangalore. Our bike had just had a skid and we were saved except for our skin that suffered few scratches at places. While I ordered for two bottles of mineral water to quench my thirst after the long bike ride, a wide mouthed child with wide open eyes wished me good morning. I couldn’t make meaning out of his verbal uttering and it was translated to me by a teacher.

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