Dumb, deaf, deformed and abandoned since birth, Kenyalie never allowed his deformities to come between his concern to spread excitement, love and hope among the 80 inmates sharing space with him here at Dimapur.
The sisters of the Missionaries of Charity, who have not only gifted Kenyalie the essence of life, but also revived the lives of the other 79 inmates with reason to smile and to feel secure and to be loved.
Four year old Kenyalie may not know much about his past and he certainly would not want to, but he knows the future quite too well.
He fondly gestures to the sisters at the missionaries of charity, when asked in the sign language where he intends to spend the rest of his life.
From 2 month old babies to 90 year old men, tuberculosis to mentally unsound patients, accident victims to school going children, destitute to orphans, estranged wives to senior citizens; it is a home that has all the essentials of happiness, love and hope.
It is not everyday that people get to experience the excitement, love and hope of a disabled 4 -year-old. And it comes at no cost and no demand. All we need to do is lend a heart to someone, who so deservingly needs it.