A young couple in Israel who found happiness in a world of misfits in a way that most of us cannot is sharing their story on Facebook.
The couple, Yosef and Shmuel Kohn, were born with autism, and are now sharing their journey in their native Israel, with help from Facebook.
They share their story in an update to their page titled “Love is a struggle,” which they shared to their nearly 4 million followers on Saturday.
“I have a condition called autism.
This is why I was so much happier when I was younger,” Yosef Kohn said.
“Autism is a life-long condition, so it doesn’t go away, but I knew from a very early age that I would have a very hard time being normal, even if I became a celebrity.
My parents did not tell me anything about it until I was around 10.
I remember the first time my mother took me to the doctor to check out my condition and said, ‘What are you doing, you are autistic.’
She gave me the diagnosis.”
The Kohns were diagnosed with autism at the age of 14.
The couple, who are originally from Tel Aviv, decided to move to the Jewish state to study law and have their own practice in the Israeli capital.
Their first trip was to Israel to study in Hebrew and Arabic, and then to Tel Aviv to pursue a master’s degree in business and marketing at the University of Haifa.
While they were studying at the university, they started a business that would help them make money.
They worked at a cafe and bakery, and later in the day, they opened their own business, The Kohn Bakery and Coffee.
Their business was soon followed by a similar one, which also helped them make enough money to start their own businesses.
In the beginning, Yoseft Kohn had a hard time earning money, so he started to look for ways to help his autistic son, who was autistic himself.
Shmuel started to get involved in sports, too.
When they started to travel and get more involved in their business, the business grew.
They eventually opened the Kohn Café and Café Café in Israel, and now they have a thriving cafe and restaurant in Jerusalem, as well as an online business that allows them to sell items for their cafe and café in the city.
For Yosef, the joy of making money came at a price, as he had to pay for medical expenses.
He had to cover all of his son’s medical bills and took out loans to pay them, which eventually made him broke.
A few years ago, he decided to do something about the fact that he couldn’t pay for his son to be in school, and that he had a medical condition that would not allow him to go to school.
He was able to find help through his employer, the Israeli Ministry of Health and Mental Health, which helped him find and enroll him in a program to help him earn a higher education.
After a year, he was accepted to study medicine in the same program as his autistic brother.
His brother had autism, too, and was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Yosef was able, though, to make enough extra money to pay off the debt that his family had taken on.
Now, he hopes that by sharing his story and his story of finding happiness, his family can encourage others to find happiness, too and that they can overcome their challenges in life.
Watch the video above to see the full story of the couple’s story, and read about how they found happiness together.
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