Faith of a child

Mildred Honor was the music teacher in a school in Des Moines, Iowa. One student always said that he wanted to play piano so that his mother could hear. However, the student Robby did not come for a few days and informed his mother was sick. When the school prepared for a musical program, the student wrote requesting permission to play piano. Mildred, though reluctant, accommodated him as the last performer and hoped the event wouldn’t be blemished. On the day of the program, the boy did well and the whole crowd stood in applause. When asked the boy said: ‘Well, Miss Honor, Remember I told you that my mom was sick? Well, she had Cancer and Passed Away this Morning. And well… she was Born Deaf, so tonight was the first time she had ever heard me Play, and I wanted to make it Special. Robby was Killed years later in the Senseless Bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in April 1995.
Hope: Though a small boy, he was sure about life after death. He saw eternal hope, even though his mother was suffering from terminal cancer. The painful suffering of his sick mother did not hinder him from believing in God and realized all happens for the good of those who love Him. (Romans 8:28) Though Robby walked the valley of death, he knew His savior was with him. (Psalms 23: 4)
Resurrected body: Astonishingly Robby understood the resurrection and glorified body. In heaven, there are no tears, pain, suffering, or death. Those who die due to sickness, will not endure sickness anymore. Disability in the body on the earth is of no consequence in heaven. Robby rightly believed that his deaf mother could hear in heaven: The voice of God, the music of the heavenly choir, songs of angels, and of course, the piano played by her son.
Rejoice: Robby also knew that his mother would rejoice to hear about the achievement of her son, an orphan in the world, but rich in faith.
Do I have this childlike faith?