A Lego Arm
Not everyone is born with two complete arms. David Aguilar of Andorra was born without part of his right arm, for example.
It turns out, though, that David loves Lego, and he was able to build a prosthetic arm for himself.
Clearly, this is a good story about David. In his case, one thing that makes him different is something that is obvious when you see his arm.
What makes you different? Is it something others can see? If it’s something you feel you need to deal with in some creative way, how do you do so?
Finally, is anyone completely normal? What does “normal” even mean?
Building a Prosthetic Arm With Lego by Great Big Story on YouTube (2:40)
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