The other day I met a woman called Sheryle Koyama who is a wife of my cousin in law , James Koyama. She shared her stories about how she brought up her son with developmental disabilities. The boy became emotional in the film because he felt the work of Lord through his experience at the farm. Look at the caregivers and service managers helping and supporting them at the farm, I can see the real glory and light in their face . Sherly was given this boy because God knows she is the right mam for him. And she actually is a loving and smart mam to make the right decisions for him. Our God knows the potential and the quality of each one of us and challenges us and trains us in different ways. Here in Japan, however, what we need is to raise public awareness and understanding of autism spectrum disorder, which will lead to the right support. Hope Japan and Japanese people will show more receptiveness to those with developmental problems and someday we might have the Japanese Meadow Farm somewhere in Japan.