Act of Thoughtfulness and charity

"When we were [on the Victory tour] in Philadelphia, we went to an institute for handicapped children. There was a boy who
had neither legs nor arms. Curiously, Michael asked the director what the child wanted the most. She replied, 'You will find this odd, but he would like to have a motorcycle. But he has neither arms nor legs.' Michael remained silent and smiled. Before leaving, he contacted his lawyer, ordered a motorbike suitable for the boy, and arranged to provide him with prosthetic arms and legs. He also paid a professional to teach the boy
to ride a motorcycle."
 
Dona Remi, Chef

"When we were [on the Victory tour] in Philadelphia, we went to an institute for handicapped children. There was a boy who had neither legs nor arms. Curiously, Michael asked the director what the child wanted the most. She replied, 'You will find this odd, but he would like to have a motorcycle. But he has neither arms nor legs.' Michael remained silent and smiled. Before leaving, he contacted his lawyer, ordered a motorbike suitable for the boy, and arranged to provide him with prosthetic arms and legs. He also paid a professional to teach the boy to ride a motorcycle."

Dona Remi, Chef

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