A Boy with Autism and a Famous Jewish Singer Paired up to Inspire the World

by Leah Rosenberg

Aryeh Kunstler, a Jewish singer who is quite well-known, used an original melody from a boy with autism to create this inspiring song.

Message from the Jewish Singer about This Uplifting Song

As written at the bottom of the YouTube Video, a message from the Jewish singer Aryeh Kunstler: “I’m beyond excited for everyone to hear this! Some things just come together in the most incredible ways and this is a shining example of that. For those of you who haven’t been following along to my stories the last week – last week my good friend Mordi Reches turned me on to Nicole Gottesmann’s (@nicolegottesmann) Instagram page where she posts amazing videos that feature her son Gabe who has non-speaking autism. In the videos, you can see Gabe figure out that he loves to sing and make up his own melodies. Mordi came up with the idea to grab one of these special melodies and make some music behind it so that Gabe can actually hear himself sing to real music! The reaction was so incredible and moving that so many people were inspired by it. So we decided to take it a step further. These days, especially in the last year, we’ve all been going through a challenging time. And sometimes all we need is to JUST SING – blending original lyrics and music and Gabe’s original melody and voice, this song was created and we cannot wait to share it with you. Thank you Nicole for allowing me to run with this idea. Thank you Mordi for pushing me to do this and for being the incredible human you are. And thank you Gabe! A simple melody inspired me in so many ways and I’m so honored to be able to collaborate with you in this way!”

This song goes beyond what regularly can inspire someone. This is unique and uplifting. A song like this one and a story like this one just remind people to put life into perspective. Remembering the message from Gabe and Aryeh can lighten up the parts of life that are more difficult to work through. Sometimes, we all need to remember to “Just sing.”

Col. Kemp

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