Gosh! Where do I start? This is the kind of story that makes my eyes water, inspire me to keep making bracelets for the orphanage and obligates me to stop what I’m doing to write and try to get what’s in my heart out! But I’m not great with words, writing has NEVER been my forte but thank God for real writers and reporters such as Kevin Cullen of The Boston Globe that can craft such a lovely piece. The story is about Sam Kanji a now 13-year old autistic boy who last year want
Orphan. When most people think about an orphan child the first thing that comes to mind is a child with no parents, with no one to love them. The definition of an orphan has changed over the years to include children that even though their parents are alive, they are not and will not be fit parents and it is best for those children to be raised by others. An orphan can also be a child that has been abandoned because their parents can’t provide for them due to extreme poverty.