The lesson 'A Visit to Cambridge' by Kanga is an account of the author's visit to Cambridge and his meeting with Stephen Hawking. Some meeting with certain people serves as enlightenment and changes the course of one's life. Similarly, Kanga, who is also disabled like Hawking, learns to be grateful for all the little things he has. The lesson also talks about how healthy people tend to judge disabled people and their pain. People give superficial advice like 'be courageous' without delving into the real issue or developing any empathy. Kanga also realises that a disabled person does not feel motivated by knowing that his mere existence or the fact that he is breathing serves as an inspiration to other people. The lesson talks about how silence can also be the best form of communication towards the end.