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As the girl spoke up to this point, Hong Dali and the rest understood.
A child 10 years old and above was at the peak period of his life. Alas, a car accident had caused him to lose both his legs, and he couldn’t walk then now on. The colors of his life had been lost, no wonder he was so down.
“Oh, is that so.” Hong Dali scratched his head and was rather troubled. “But the dogs and cats seem to have all been taken away and adopted by others. If you want one, I think you will have to wait for a period of time…”
He was indeed quite troubled. He couldn’t demand those people to give back the already adopted cats and dogs, right?
“Dali, then think of a way to help him!” Tang Muxin anxiously said, “Look at him, he looks so pitiful sitting there and not speaking… Why don’t I give Little Meow to him!”
As she spoke up to here, Hong Dali instantly stopped her. “Don’t, he’s already sad enough. If you give Little Meow to him, these two who suffer the same misfortune facing each other every day, that’d add fuel to the fire.” He wasn’t wrong by saying this. The boy was already handicapped. If he raised a handicapped cat, then by looking at each other every day, his mood would become worse…
“Then what should we do?” Tang Muxin anxiously asked.
“Wait while I think of a way.” Currently, Hong Dali had diverted all his focus onto this little boy. Though it wasn’t very evident from the way he dressed, he was obviously very skinny and weak. His arms were so skinny they could be said to be only skin and bones. His face was rather pale, and he looked like he’d suffered from malnutrition for a long period.
“He doesn’t really eat usually?” Hong Dali asked.
“Sigh, ever since that incident happened, my brother… he never smiled again.” Upon the mention of such a sad thing, the girl’s eyes brimmed with tears. “The amount of rice he eats every day only totals to one small bowl…”
“It’s a very serious problem…” Hong Dali finally understood why the girl came to find him.
It could be said that the conditions between the both of them had a great disparity between each other, like the distance between the Mariana Trench and Mount Everest. If it was the usual days, the girl may not even dare to come and plead for Hong Dali’s help even if her courage was boosted. After all, many people would subconsciously not be willing to communicate with people with too large a gap from themselves. But for the sake of her brother, the girl mustered her courage.
A small bowl of rice every day—it was every day, not every meal.
Such an amount of rice eaten, coupled with an extremely depressed mental state and severe autism, Hong Dali would not doubt if this little boy might choose to jump off the building and commit suicide tomorrow.
There had always been a saying that saving people’s lives was a great deed. Since he’d encountered such a matter, Hong Dali naturally had to think of a way.
“Little brother, what’s your name?” Hong Dali asked in a soft voice, “Can you tell me?”
The little boy heard Hong Dali’s question and was rather shocked as he hunched back into his wheelchair and didn’t dare to look at Hong Dali. After nervously and scaredly fidgeting for a while, he said in a very soft voice, “I… I’m Yu Leshui…” After saying this, he hung his head even lower.
Upon seeing how the boy behaved, Hong Dali and everyone around him silently sighed as well.
This was not easy to handle. It could be seen that this boy felt extremely inferior. He didn’t dare to communicate with others and immersed his entire being in a dark future, unable to feel even the slightest hope.
“Sigh, it’s hard.” A male lackey said, “What a pity, this child is so young…”
“Shh, softer, you fool.” Another male lackey reminded him. “Don’t make the situation worse. If the child hears this, wouldn’t it add fuel to the fire?”
“Yes yes yes, I was rash.” That male lackey slapped himself twice. “Let’s see what Young Master does. Young Master will definitely think of a way to handle this. Sigh, my heart aches by seeing this…”
As the saying goes, one was marked by the company one kept. Hong Dali was kind. Thus, his lackeys were also kind. Upon seeing such a scene, they felt immeasurable pity for the boy. Unfortunately, they couldn’t think of any good ideas.
Hong Dali sighed and didn’t know what to say.
Now everyone was looking at him and waiting for him to think of an idea. At once, the entire scene was silent to the max, and only slight sounds of breathing could be heard.
“What should I do…” Hong Dali thought for a while but still didn’t have any good ideas. Suddenly, his eyes lit up. He stretched his hand and placed it on Yu Leshui’s small head. He stroked his hair, smiled and said, “Leshui, why don’t Big Brother get Sister Nianwei to sing a song for you?”
Yu Leshui shrunk his neck. Perhaps he’d felt the warmth from Hong Dali’s hand. He bit his dry lip and slowly raised his head, looking at Hong Dali with skepticism and nervousness.
Feeling the kindness in Hong Dali’s gaze, he hesitated for a while. In the end, he nodded.
“Listen to the song first. Later, your Big Bro Dali will bring you to have some fun, alright?” Hong Dali spoke in a gentle tone. Then, he took over the handle behind the wheelchair and slowly pushed Little Leshui towards the broadcasting room in the park.
Tang Muxin carried Little Meow and hurriedly followed after him together with Li Nianwei, Ling Xiaoyi and the rest.
The girl bit her lip, her tears instantly blurring her sight.
They all said that Hong Dali was a superprodigal. But this prodigal seemed quite different from the ordinary hedonist…
Very soon, they reached the broadcasting room in the park. Hong Dali took the microphone and did some testing first. “Hello, hello! Can you hear me?” As he tried to hit the microphone, in no time, his voice had traveled throughout the entire park. “Hello, hello! Can you hear me—”
Upon hearing Hong Dali’s voice, the entire park instantly became silent.
After a short while, everyone started whispering. “It’s Young Master Dali’s voice, is he testing the microphone? What’s going on?” “I’m not very sure, is he going to announce some kind of new good program again?” “Possible, Young Master Dali always has good ideas!” “It doesn’t seem like it. According to the latest reliable news, it seems like an older sister has brought her handicapped younger brother to find Young Master Dali for help. I heard that that handicapped younger brother has serious autism!” “Really? Serious autism, can Young Master Dali manage?” “I don’t know. Let’s wait and see!”
Upon hearing about the handicapped younger brother, all the tourists in the park expressed their pity, yet they were at a loss of what to do.
The girl stood outside the broadcasting room. Upon hearing the discussions between the tourists around, her body trembled slightly, and two drops of tears rolled out from her eyes.
Just then, a warm hand was placed on her shoulder—a feeling that made people feel at ease. The girl raised her head in nervousness. As expected, it was Young Master Dali, displaying a very friendly smile.
“The microphone is quite good to use, there shouldn’t be much of a problem.” Hong Dali looked at her encouragingly. “Let’s cheer Little Leshui on together!”
The girl bit her lip and nodded. “Thank you, Young Master Dali…”
Just then, Li Nianwei’s voice sounded from the speakers throughout the entire park. “Dear tourists and friends. Hello, I’m Li Nianwei…”
Upon hearing Li Nianwei’s voice, all the tourists present were evidently stunned for a moment, then they started to cheer wildly!
“It’s the Goddess Li Nianwei! Li Nianwei is speaking!” “Aiya, I can actually hear the Goddess’ voice here! I’ve really made the right choice to come today!” “Goddess! Goddess!” “Is the Goddess going to sing?”
Li Nianwei’s voice paused for a while, then it continued, “Today, me and Young Master got to know about Little Leshui’s matter. I’m dedicating this song, ‘Let it go, Frozen’ to him, and I hope he will be able to open the lock in his heart and become a happy, joyful child once again…”
Sounds of a piano sounded like flowing water. The tune was gentle, beautiful, crisp and clear, with tinges of calmness, which tugged tightly at everyone’s heartstrings instantly.
“The snow glows white on the mountain tonight, Not a footprint to be seen. A kingdom of isolation, And it looks like I’m the King. The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside. Couldn’t keep it in, heaven knows I tried…
“Don’t let them in, don’t let them see. Be the good boy you always have been. Conceal, don’t feel, don’t let them know, Well, now they know…”
This song, “Let it go, Frozen”, was from the Hollywood animated film in his previous life, “Frozen”. It was one of Hong Dali’s favorite songs. Of course, the original song was in English. Hong Dali couldn’t remember lyrics, so he altered some of them and it became like this…
The vocal range of this song was very wide, and there were many changes in tone. Not many singers in his previous life were able to sing it well. However, fortunately, Li Nianwei was indeed very capable. Her musical talent was extremely outstanding. Thus, she could perform this song to perfection.
All the tourists were stunned, immersed in her voice.
Li Nianwei’s outstandingly round and delicate voice was too beautiful; it could be said to be magnificent. It was like flowing water, entering everyone’s hearts, making them unable to resist as they melted in her voice.
“Let it go, let it go, Can’t hold it back anymore. Let it go, let it go. Turn away and slam the door. I don’t care, what they’re going to say. Let the storm rage on, the cold never bothered me anyway…
“My power flurries through the air into the ground, my soul is spiraling in frozen fractals all around. And one thought crystallizes like an icy blast, I’m never going back, the past is in the past.
“Let it go, let it go, and I’ll rise like the break of dawn. Let it go, let it go. That perfect boy is gone. Here I stand, in the light of day. Let the storm rage on, the cold never bothered me anyway…”
Everyone was immersed in Li Nianwei’s voice. A fairytale-like scene appeared before them like a dream.
After Li Nianwei had finished singing, after she sang the last note and her voice slowly trailed off, there was only shock left in everyone’s heart.
Tears silently flowed down from the corner of the girl’s eyes and dripped onto the edge of her mouth, yet she totally didn’t realize it. Then, she closed her eyes, as if only by doing this could it make her heart feel better.
Especially, Little Leshui. His eyes were blurry, as his mind followed the swaying of the song.
Yes, that invisible lock in his heart, would he really continue to lock himself up like that and make his dearest sister and parents worry for him? How… how could he do that?
“Sister, where is Sister?” Little Leshui turned his wheelchair around and exited from the broadcasting room. Once he saw his older sister, he instantly broke out into a smile. He slightly opened the corners of his mouth first, then his smile became even bigger and happier. Alas, he finally said loudly, “Sister! I… I’m hungry! I want to eat!” Though he was smiling, there were tears flowing down from the corners of his eyes.
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