Children love clowns as much as clowns love children.
Clowns give us hope for change and notoriety in this normal and, at times, bleak world.
However, watching this clown do something so magical for children is awe-inspiring and amazing. My respect for this colorful creature of fun has risen a few notches.
The video features a “clown doctor” in Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital. He is playing the ukulele and entertaining this little boy.
However, the boy is entertained by something else. At the very first meeting with a clown, the children almost forget what the clown is doing. The reason is simple! That big red nose takes away all the attention from whatever the clown is trying to impress the kid with.
The same thing happened with this duo, the kid, and the clown doctor. Among the many things that could potentially draw the child’s attention, the red nose won the chance. Now and then the kid touched the nose and entertained himself.
The video ends with the clown touching the child’s nose, drawing a giggle out of him.
The clown doctor isn’t actually a clown who is a doctor by profession. Rather he is a street artist, also known as Dush or David Barashi. He has taken upon himself to cheer up the places from where happiness has been sucked out, tragedy-stricken areas and hospitals, for instance.
He went to Thailand after it was gravely affected by Tsunami and to the earthquake-affected areas of Haiti.
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