• D Lozo

    the limit of human emotion is something to behold

  • https://www.facebook.com/xDERPITYxDERPx Nick Covert

    This is awesome

  • https://www.facebook.com/jessbartman Jess Bartman

    If this kid's mom gets him a guitar, he will be shredding in a few years.

  • https://www.facebook.com/Thirsten55 Richard Then

    wow I think I just got some faith in humanity again

  • kashakesh

    so, I know it's probably coming later, but it is refreshing to see that the douchbags haven't made comments yet. For those of us who are parents of special needs kids (especially with Autism), these are remarkable public moments to savor.

  • MA7

    dont show this to pedobear !!!

  • etcrr

    This event in the boys life, He will remember it (hopefully) for the rest of his life and So will the performer. It indeed is very special. Congrats to the Performer

    • tcja4

      He will remember it the rest of his life. Kids with autism have amazing memories. I know because my son is high-functioning autistic. He remembers things from when he was two. It's good to have him because I rely on his memory as mine goes.

  • Fooodisgoood

    The next Clapton

  • Anras

    I tip my hat to that guitar player. He showed that not every musician nowadays are stuck up prats. good on you, and kcco!

  • shulgin

    this is why I love theChive !!!!!! sharing things that restore my faith in humanity !

  • Do0zer

    Wow. Absolutely amazing. I give all the props in the wolrd to that performer for his patience and gift. May good things come to you and your life. You deserve it.

  • Dozer

    Most beautiful thing I've seen in many years! God Bless the Chive for spreading this!

  • blazindave

    Thank you Chive for finding the good things in life and starting my Monday with a smile.

  • NebraskaGuy

    That was pretty awesome!

  • 2BR02B

    I'm disabled for a bit on bed rest bc of a coma resulting from an accident. Chive, you make bed rest tolerable! I've had to relearn to walk, talk, everything- and let me tell you, this is such an inspirational thing to see. Can't wait till I'm back out in the world with the experience of hardship so I can see and be inspired by sweet moments like this in person. I'm gonna devote a lot more of my time than previous to helping others, and perhaps I'll be blessed enough to come across something like this. Thanks for making my day, Chive. KCCO, Erin Jo

  • http://www.facebook.com/scott.heck.5 Scott Heck

    Happy see good people still exist 🙂

  • Dylan

    A little bit of inspiration goes a long ways

  • Seanypat

    It's always wonderful to see the kind people in the world. Thank you for sharing this video. 🙂

  • Jammy

    I was welled up pretty good, but I held back. And as another commenter posted it was good to see the guy show patience with the boy. What an awesome video.

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  • Tim

    So Awesome. So. Freaking. AWESOME.

  • Blue eyes crying...

    Holy cow. Love!! For this kid to be both blind and have Autism and be able to make that kind of connection and experience…..Ah-mazing!!

  • NYR144

    Find that man and give him a KCCO shirt.

  • hungryman

    im hungry as hell how about u guys

  • http://www.facebook.com/BadWolf5 Ryan Page

    FLBP is nice, the gap is great, and I really enjoy when the ladies burn it, but its the videos and stories like this one that keep me coming back to thChive. Great job bringing these things to us to show us the important things in life

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