Boy Suffering From Dyslexia Uses His ‘Superpower’ To Make John Cena’s Mosaic Out Of Rubik’s Cubes!

Well, while crossing down the street or maybe in our neighborhood, we sometimes cross a disabled kid or a person, and the feel is terrible. Plus, though we can’t do anything to correct this imbalance of nature, what we can do, is, altering our disgraceful feelings into a combustion of equality and thinking that every individual is gifted, and they possess unique talents to spread their legacy around the world – though if it’s making mosaics of your favorite WWE superstar, just like this 9-year-old kid did, who is disabled with Dyslexia.

Meet Benjamin, A Nine-Year-Old Kid, Canadian, Suffering From Dyslexia, Is Proving The Whole World That Everything Is Possible – No Matter Of Your Any Disorder. 

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And oh, holly jolly, Benjamin Russo made an astounding mosaic of WWE superstar, John Cena, out of 750 Rubik’s cube, and trust me, that’s something you never see every day, and what more? It took Benjamin only five hours of work over the course of three weeks to finish this complex masterpiece. 

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Though Benjamin’s Dyslexia Has Always Made It Harder For Him To Read And Write, His Ability To Memorize The Patterns Is Unimaginable!

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Look, He Made An Incredible Mosaic Of WWE Superstar, John Cena, And… I CAN SEE YOU, NOW!

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In Short, Benjamin Is A Role Model For Hundreds Of Disabled Humans That Everything Is Achievable, Only If You Have The Guts!

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Benjamin’s mom stated his son’s Dyslexia disorder replying, “My son’s heightened sense of spatial understanding is part of what makes solving Rubik’s cubes so simple for him,” Furthermore adding, “In fact, he can finish just one side of a Rubik’s cube in about one second.” Said she.

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Dyslexia is not my disability,” reads one of the written notecards in Benjamin’s Rubik’s cube video, “Dyslexia is my SUPERPOWER.”

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