To play the piano well is a challenge in and of itself. Pianists study diligently for years and consider themselves students even well into illustrious careers. But to play the piano lyrically and beautifully with a physical impairment shows even more dedication and willpower.
This young Chinese girl performs Richard Clayderman's "Souvenirs d'enfance," on what looks to be a talent-search style TV show, with no fingers on her right hand. If this doesn't inspire you to quit sweating the small stuff, we're not sure what will.
(Via The Daily What)
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