Because who is perfect? (Moved.)


Thank you Susan

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  1. They are perfect! and this is exactly what we all need to watch and remind ourselves yet again, what’s important 🙏🏻

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  2. Wow. Thank you.

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  3. My favourite Auntie had a perfect body, and she would have been thrilled to have seen a copy of her cerebral palsy stricken body sculpted to perfection in mannequin form. I think it would have made her daily struggle of walking…less a struggle but more an effort to feel the beauty of her own perfection. I always tear up when I think of her.
    Perfect.
    This…was no exception.

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  4. Reblogged this on A Simple, Village Undertaker and commented:
    Yea, who is perfect? Surely not me. Thanks to DK for this reminder. It’s about what is in your heart and soul.

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  5. Moving. Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.
    Re-blogged over at my place.

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  6. Perfectly wonderful, David. Thank you.

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  7. stunning. they are all so beautiful .

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  8. True profiles in courage. I am in awe of each of them.

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  9. I thought it was amazing, glad you were moved too.

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  10. Bam. And then tears. Just beautiful.

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  11. Tears flowing. Such a potent reminder that everyone is challenged in some form or fashion…some adversity is just more visible than others. Lovely…

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  12. Moved and proud ❤
    I'm on wheelchair and I'm other than perfect according to people who look at me.
    N.b. men look at me differently because of my big… ehm
    Anyway, I wish I could be part of a similar project here in Italy. Why not?
    Ciao David,
    Vicky

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  13. Reblogged this on Vincenza63's Blog and commented:

    Moved and proud ❤
    I’m on wheelchair and I’m other than perfect according to people who look at me.
    N.b. men look at me differently because of my big… ehm
    Anyway, I wish I could be part of a similar project here in Italy. Why not?
    Ciao David,
    Vicky

    Commossa e orgogliosa ❤
    Vivo su una sedia a rotelle e sono tutt'altro che perfetta secondo lo sguardo di chi mi osserva.
    n.b. Gli uomini mi guardano in modo differente per via delle mie grosse… ehm
    Comunque mi piacerebbe far parte di un progetto simile qui in Italia, perché no?
    Ciao David,
    Vicky

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  14. I absolutely loved this, David. I work with intellectually and developmentally challenged individuals in my work and so often feel they are not seen for who they are. Bringing back the dignity! This is sterling.

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  15. love this – many thanks for passing along 🙂

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  16. Reblogged this on Happiness Between Tails by da-AL and commented:
    Guest Blog Post: “Who’s Perfect?” a video via David Kanigan

    Who’s attractive? What’s chic? Always it’s a good time to embrace our humanity and our uniqueness — but now is better than ever. Hoping Kanigan’s post makes you smile like it did me …

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  17. Fabulous…thank you for sharing.

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  18. Thanks for sharing.

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