Something to Inspire You: Blind Girl Belts Out Her Own Rendition of Your Love

There are a number of PWD or Person with Disability in the country. But even though these people have to live with physically and mentally challenging conditions, that does not mean that their world ends right then and there.

A lot of the so-called “people with disabilities” are successful people in the field of music, arts, and media. From public speaker Ana Kristina Arce to master painter Fernando Kabigting, these people are not using their disabilities to become a burden to others — instead, they are motivating and inspiring others for the better.

This is also a case for a singing wonder who is now taking Facebook by storm.

[Image Credit: Him at Musika / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Him at Musika / Facebook]

Disability Not Inability

Facebook page Himig at Musika shared a video of a blind girl who belted her own rendition of Your Love by Alamid. Although she still needs help from another person to fix the camera to record the said video, the moment she sang the first part of the song, you already know that there is something special.

It’s like the song is not really hard to sing at all. The unnamed singer performed as if Your Love is an easy song to sing. She easily sang the high parts while maintaining a happy look on her face.

[Image Credit: Him at Musika / Facebook]
[Image Credit: Him at Musika / Facebook]

Inspiring Other People

Netizens were happy to see the girl sing. They were happy to listen to her, not only because she is physically challenged, but because she is really enjoying the performance.

As of writing, the video already garnered 1,900 views but we know that she deserves more. Please watch the video here and give the girl some love:

Di man biniyayaan ng magandang paningin…pinagpala naman sya ng kanyang magandang boses!Salute to this girl di po sya nawawalan ng pag-asa at mas naiinspire pa sya para ipakita ang kanyang talent sa pagkanta!😉Like and share po natin para sumikat si ate.

Posted by Himig at Musika on Sunday, February 25, 2018


It is inspiring to see people like this talented girl whose disability is not a hindrance to pursuing something she loves. Did she inspire you to do more in life? Share your thoughts in the comments section below because, for us, we’re surely inspired to do better in life!

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