As some of my followers may know, My sister, Shelley suffers from Severe Autism and Cerebral Palsy. There has been a close connection with Autism in my family for many years with my late uncle being diagnosed with Aspergers and my father was the chairman of the Northampton Autistic society for 12 years to name but a couple of links to Autism.
One of the most magical gifts in the world is a kiss. A kiss of course is an expression of love, respect and admiration. Many cultures will kiss on the cheek when greeting or simply to say thank you.
I am of course not referring the romantic type of kiss fit for the bedroom (young teenagers take note) but simply a peck on the cheek and in some circumstances on the lips.