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This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

<3 aw this made me tear up :’)


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William reached out his hand and took Lornes with a smile.  He wanted to stay around his new friend that was so good at playing and fixing toys.

Ayuun had his hands to his mouth, tears in his eyes. “It’s….It’s been so long since I’ve seen him with so much energy.” he sniffled. “This…this could really help him.” he turned to Zeno “Thank you so much.”

Zeno swallowed hard and looked to Ayuun with watery eyes. He smiled. “I want to thank you too…” he said quietly. “I think… I think this will help us all…” He looked back to the new fast friends. And smiled. 


Lorne grinned as he looked behind him. “Come on! You can do it!” he called. He had started climbing the little rock formation at the top of a small stream by the road that lead to the house. He knew at 13 centuries, he was bigger and stronger than William, but he knew William had a knack for rising to a challenge. “Come on! Climb with me!” he called down. “It’s not that tall! And the top is just above me!” At 20 feet tall, it was hardly the most dangerous thing to climb in Lorne’s mind. 

William fixed the position of his in training reaper glasses and looked up. “I don’t know Lorne…it’s awful high up.” he looked to the older grim “I have never climbed up that high before.” With young William only being 10 centuries old he wasn’t very strong, though he was quite smart.  He may be young but he was already starting at the grim reaper academy, only taking a few classes here and there since he passed regular grim schooling so quickly.

"Aaah, come on Will!" Lorne called with a smile, his silvery hair blowing into his face because of the breeze. "I believe in you!" he said with a laugh. He then looked to his right. "But, if you could just walk up the hill there and meet me at the top. If you wanted to do it the easy way!" he said spiritedly. There was indeed a slope to his right, basically indicating that the rock formation was just a cutout of the tiny hill. "But you can totally do it! It’s not that hard, and the rocks are big and dry!" he said, learning from experience that wet rocks were horrible to hold on to.