Autistic Man Expresses Himself Through Music

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In life, all things are not black and white.  ” There are grey areas in between,” says Phyllis Kuhn.

Her son David was born with autism.  It’s the grey part of a black and white world.

But what is black and white and beautiful is what David can do on a organ keyboard.  His mother says, ” I get tears in my eyes and I’m not a person who cries easily.  Who would have ever thought this would happen?”

Because of his autism, David has always had problems communicating with others.  Through music he has found a way to speak to others.

Phyllis Kuhn never lost faith seeing her son struggle with autism.  “I don’t blame God, things happen.  Maybe it was for a reason.”  She see’s his musical talent as a gift.

The license plate on David’s car says it all, ” R – gnist.”  Music has given David both pride and purpose.


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