It is estimated that around 20% of the world’s population suffers from some degree of dyslexia, whether the symptoms are more pronounced or less pronounced.
Nine-year-old Benjamin from Montreal belongs to this group of people, he has problems with reading and writing, but he is guided by the motto “The only disability in life is bad fear and prejudice.”
“Having dyslexia means I can create amazing things,” he told Canadian television station CTV News.
That he creates amazing works is shown in the video where Benjamin arranges hundreds of rubik’s cubes and creates a portrait of John Price.
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Benjamin Melanie Rousseau’s mother says her son has the ability to set up a rubik’s cube in minutes.
Benjamin’s John Mosaic consists of 750 rubik’s cubes, assembled in a matter of weeks. But the effective time spent lining up the dice for Benjamin was only 5 hours, which is the average time for a person to make a rubik’s cube.
“Dyslexia is not my disability, dyslexia is my SUPER POWER,” Benjamin told CTV News.