Reload 019: Orphan boy Uudam sings for “Mother in the Dream”

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RELOAD,  REFRESH, RESTART  019 –  It’s what we do in our computers.  So with life, we take a break.  If all else fails, reformat. Sit back, relax and enjoy my favorite video reposts. :-)

Boy: “Whenever I miss my mom, I sing this song. “

Judge: “Can you tell us where your mom is?”

Boy: “Mom is in the heaven…

Copied from two youtube posts, one is of a story (I left some grammatical errors as is) about this incredible kid who sang for his mom during an audition in China’s Got Talent, and the other was a video I had to find that has an English subtitle on it.  How he sang the song was unforgettable.  Read on… (um, do you have a hanky with you?)

“A 12-year-old Mongolian boy- Uudam (Wudamu in Chinese) — who lost his parents at the age of 8 in a road accident — singing the song-“Mother in the Dream” to his mother in heaven.  He seldom talk about his story but when he miss his mother, he will sing this song.  Besides, he always dream about his mother, sitting beside him.

The song is in Mongolian, therefore, not everyone can understand the lyrics. However, his singing touched every judges and audiences in the hall without the understanding of the lyrics. He sang out all his love and thoughts to his mother.

A touching song, performed by a boy who got a sad story behind, a voice comes from far Mongolia sending his thoughts to his mother at heaven. A great performance by a 12-year-old boy! He got an interesting and beautiful dream which is to invent a kind of ink that just need a drop on the ground, the whole world will cover with green grass. one more thing to add, his mother wished to see his singing on the stage when she was alive.”

I had my refreshing cry today.  How was your day?  A belated happy Mothers’ Day to everyone.  Hope you’re listening well.

“My dream is to invent a kind of special ink, when just a drop of the ink is dropped on to the ground, then the whole world will become green grasslands…” (Uudam from Mongolia)

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