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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

The World Would Love to Eliminate People Like Paul Smith

All they see is the disability. How many handicapped people have so much to offer to the world. But as the nursing home worker says, it's Paul, not his art, that is the most important. It's great to enjoy his art, but "not as good as enjoying him." The next time you see a seriously handicapped individual, praise God for the gifts you do not see. May God give us His eyes through which to see the world!


  1. Thank you so very, very much for sharing Paul Smith with us. What a remarkable God-given talent he has! Even without that gift, though, his being is in the image of our God. As can be seen, he is a gift to all who know him.

    We have four children, two with autism. A daily challenge, yet they are a gift from God to us and all who know them. They are innocense. Please say a prayer for them...they are 18 and 19. Thank you, and thanks again for the post.

    May God bless you and your loved ones.

  2. UN-REAL!

    God bless him....what a BEAUTIFUL soul; and what a magnificent talent. My favorite was the Blessed Mother crowned with stars.