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A Chinese Girl, GuiGui Zheng, Plays Piano Beautifully Without Fingers on One Hand

GuiGui Zheng Inspires


" May hear, well pleas’d the language of the Soul;"
~Robert Burns

When we loose something precious to us, it is very difficult to face certain things in life which remind us of our loss. We hesitate to touch our wounds due to the pain and suffering.

But sometimes we need to find courage to carry on even with our great loss. When I watch this video, I am reminded of that deep courage.

This young Chinese girl, GuiGui Zheng plays "Souvenir D’enfance" by Richard Clayderman on the piano, which apparently she has just learned to play during the past three years. As the camera zooms in, we see that GuiGui has no fingers on one of her hands.
Watch this extraordinary young girl play Souvenir D’enfance.

We thank GuiGui for igniting the courage that exists in our own hearts. Her talent and dedication creates a beauty in the soul.

For those who are suffering great losses, be compassionate to thyself. Let patience and courage be thy strength.


With inspired gratitude,

Lady Sharon
Scribe of Camelot

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