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“My Disability” by Kristine Sa

32 Comments 12 December 2011

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  1. ptmhoang11 says:

    we always support you extremely 1000 times. with all the best wishes!

  2. ptmhoang11 says:

    we support you extremely 1000 times

  3. ptmhoang11 says:

    we always support you extremely 1000 times

  4. revolutionsuan says:

    Beauty is in the eye of the Beholder! Keep on the good work!

  5. halfheart1812 says:

    I’m really to proud of you, Kristine Sa. Best Wishes For You, Kristine Sa !!!

  6. 2010asiangirl says:

    Hi Kristine,
    I just want to tell you that you’re all more courageous for telling your story.
    Phuong

  7. hibouhaiko says:

    Thank you Kristine for sharing your story. It was truly emotional and beautiful. And yes you have inspired me. This story touched my heart… I wish you nothing but the best and more courage and congratulate you on all your accomplishments to help the Vietnamese community. I can truly say that you are the only role model I have… And your songs are truly touching.
    I guess what I’m trying to say is: Thank you for everything Kristine
    -Haiko

  8. h23sirlude says:

    wishing you the best!.Kris

  9. hienbinhduong says:

    Goodluck to chị Nhã! Best wishes 4u!

  10. terrance262728 says:

    Good evening. How are u and how is ur day going? My name is terrance. Im 6’4 and in the marine corps. My contact info is terrance2525@gmail.com and 5183355437

  11. SabarStudios says:

    My sister has Down Syndrome,
    and she is the coolest person I have ever met.
    -Judah Hudson
    youtube.com/watch?v=LOLQgFvh_xA

  12. phiquyen says:

    Being yourself makes you beautiful. Your sharing makes me love you more.

  13. kazakhstanmkj says:

    I think you are beautiful, how do you maintain such a beautiful youthful skin? What is your skincare regimen, no sun exposure much?

  14. miszsam says:

    imperfections are always hard to deal w/ as a child but i feel growing up, you deal w/ less immature and more understanding adults that, hopefully, grow to accept people’s character and surpasses their physical imperfections. i was a fat kid. i mean if back in the days, i obesity was considered, i’d be the first to be diagnosed, children aren’t too accommodating to differences but as we grow older, i guess the purpose we choose to surround ourselves helps eliminate the pain we get.

  15. ChristianLePhD says:

    Something beautiful, something good! God has made something beautiful from the inside out from this beautiful young woman with a pure heart – Kristine SA whom I really admire! You are special, Kristine! God loves you, so do I!!! You are indeed a great woman because in your loving presence you have made many people - your guests feel great! A great woman shows her greatness by the way she treat liittle women!

  16. tinlunlau says:

    i haven’t seen it yet cuz it was pretty late last night. but i knew about the polio and the shorter leg thing since grade 7. some mutual frnds of ours would call Yen some terrible names like a-polio 13 and etc. and it infuriated me so i refused to take part in the namecalling.

  17. 1991stryker says:

    thanks for sharing!

  18. judifer says:

    God bless you for sharing your story with us <3

  19. helenq says:

    Thank you so much for share your secret to us. just want to let you know that no matter what we still love you.

  20. aziandancer95 says:

    Thank you for sharing your story .

  21. misscatlo says:

    Thanks for Sharing Kristine. I admire your courage and words. Just for the record, I never noticed anything about the way you walked 🙂 🙂 all i saw was people captivated by your singing voice!!

    <3 Cat Lo

  22. WhiteDaisy825 says:

    Kristine, Thanks for sharing this with your audience. It took a lot of courage and strength, but you did it! You are very different, in the fact that you can see the good in things. Not everyone can do that. You’re right, instead of thinking of “what if”s, why not look at the bright side and appreciate things more? It takes a good person to be able to have that perspective. This tells everyone a lot about you. I hope that I’m able to have that perspective as well. stay beautiful 🙂

  23. V7DKuraudo says:

    I admire your braveness and courage. Thanks for sharing.

    Best greetings from sweden!

  24. SGCRCT says:

    You are still beautiful, Kristine.

  25. SGCRCT says:

    You are beautiful just the way you are, Christine.

  26. kaungakaunga says:

    Gods wonders. Dennis some kenyans feel they need to contact you for some small donations. How do we get in touch with Dennis. Pliz.

  27. Blackmanskin says:

    MashAllah….May Allah make you more strong young blood.

  28. mytime81 says:

    Thank you Okusa. These are the good news I enjoy watching from all the corners of the republic. I wish the boy and all the other kids in that school all the best in life, and let them prove that disability is not inability.

  29. pmukusu says:

    What a true inspiration!., the boy is a wonder!.Some of us have all the gadgets and yet we keep on complaining!

  30. nbonnie7 says:

    wow!!!! You are inspiration…

  31. drsugarcane says:

    WOW! Inspiration!

  32. blessedfay says:

    what an inspiration, he is full of life, while am comlaining for nothing:(( miracles of God


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