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5/6J and Our Global Teddy Bear Traveller Friends: Be Inspired

An Inspirational Story about a beautiful girl with Autism

5/6J you know I have a passion for understanding and doing everything possible to promote how amazing children with Autism are. You know I have two daughters with Aspergers (Autism). Be inspired as I was, about this story about a little girl that found, ‘Dreams can come true’.

To Our Global Friends Please Feel Free to Leave your comments as well.

It’s what you CAN DO!

Inspiration  – Act on the Feeling?

1. What feelings do you have after experiencing this?

2. How were you made to feel this way?

3. What would you like to do with these feelings?

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‘Firework’ Like You’ve Never Heard It of the Day: After Jodi DiPiazza was diagnosed with autism at age 2, her family tried for years to help her overcome her limitations.

Then they discovered that singing was the one thing that helped Jodi focus and build confidence.

Little did they know that Jodi would one day join Katy Perry onstage for a duet at Night of Too Many Stars, an autism benefit hosted by Jon Stewart that airs Sunday on Comedy Central.

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  One thought on “5/6J and Our Global Teddy Bear Traveller Friends: Be Inspired

  1. Scott
    November 11, 2012 at 10:30 am

    That is amazing I can’t be it, her dream came true. Only if all of ours did then imagine the world, bight big smile enfolding all of humanity’s wonders. We should help these kids with autism to have a wider life and expand their greatness to master the world and all it’s troubles. But this does make u wonder how many kids with autism are there and more will we find a cure.

    • November 11, 2012 at 11:44 am

      What I can tell you is that Autism is a genetic condition, so it is passed on by genetic make up from an individuals parents. There are many different forms but people are quick to judge when it is mentioned that a child has autism. Once again another inspiring story found to share with everyone. Welcome back Scott your comments have been missed 🙂

  2. Jaymes
    November 12, 2012 at 1:59 am

    I thourght that was really touching and I felt like I was going to cry because well I can’t belive it her dream came true.

  3. talia
    November 13, 2012 at 6:28 am

    I thought that was amazing, up setting and touching just how some one can live like that I was crying my eyes out for this little girl. when I saw this i did not know what to say.

  4. Aleisha
    November 14, 2012 at 5:38 am

    It is a touching story but it is true they should get there dreams to like we do it was a video what can enspire the other people who have autism too the video was amazing showing the little girls life and her struggles but she kept her dreams true no one new that she would be on stage with katy perry.

  5. jacob;)
    November 15, 2012 at 11:12 am

    This is undeliverable i know how it feels to accomplish a dream. But with putting your feet in hear shoes it is in a another world having to go through struggles to just get diagnosed with autism and school speech therapy. She put a goal in front of here and finally got there and done it.That Autism kids are all special in there own way especially that little girl.

  6. November 17, 2012 at 9:12 am

    this is adrem come true i wonder if thay have travveld thr glow

  7. Heidie
    February 28, 2013 at 8:48 am

    WOW. It would be great for her to sing with Katy Perry! That video I just experianced was so heart warming and inspirational. I heard I think that the girl might not say words and sentences properly for the rest of her life. If that did happen I would have been crushed to peices. It would have been so heart breaking for her. But she was so lucky to have a chance to be on stage with Katy Perry. I think she felt nervous because at the end of the performance, she was hugging Katy Perry tightly but I think she felt that she enjoyed it too.

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