They can appreciate their own world and that of others which is something special.
The lovely Chokko, yes you are one who is something special. I love to see your writings and the purity in which it is expressed. Despite any errors in grammar or spelling you have managed to convey your meaning in whatever you write, something that even those who only know their mother tongue fail to express. I must hang my head in shame, as all Canadians, we were taught to learn French, whether or not you lived in a French or bilingual town. Only now, in my later years, do I regret not having taken it further and become fully conversant. Now I live with a Welsh speaking community, and I am trying to at least be able to speak even simple phrases with the neighbors. It is a difficult language to learn, I have a Dutch neighbor who speaks 7 languages (she really is gifted) but admitted defeat in trying to learn Welsh. She told me the language doesn't seem to make sense, doesn't seem to follow any rules. Even though I listen to her, I will still make some effort to learn it, and making me feel good.
Estynnaf fy llongyfarchiadau a'm dymuniadau gorau i chi