Touching TV Commercials That Can Make You Teary-Eyed
There would be times that while you sit on your couch, waiting for the ads to be over so you can get back to your program, you can't help it but hope that this currently playing ad hopefully would be the last one to show up. But have you ever had the moment of like, sighing and rolling your eyes when another one showed up and you think, "another ad......" but you rather watch it and be patience with the few seconds it will consume. You could change the channel thou but you don't want to.
But then, as you start watching the ad, it got your attention. And when it was finally over, you realized you didn't expected you would like and enjoy the ad, heart warming, touching your very soul and is inspirational.
Well, here goes some ads I had came across that is just like that. Thought I might share it. So, may I say grab some tissue and watch?
I had came across this Pantene shampoo tv commercial before and left me teary eyed. And after few months, here I go again watching this and still has that feeling of lump in my throat.
If you want something, no matter how hard and how many people will be on your way to discourage you, go for it!
At the start of the video, I thought, "what is he doing?!"
But after I had finished watching the video, this is just cute. His way of motivating his little sister to fight her sickness and be brave.
This dad's love for her daughter is the best. I just wished that the word "dumb" hadn't been in the title.
For those kids, and teens whose being bullied because of their parent/s disabilities, hope you see the parents love and focus on it and be thankful. There are those kids who would gave up anything just to have a loving parent/s.
As they say, "children see, children do."
Children imitates whatever they see. That's what this tv commercial is and it did it very well through this very powerful ad by NAPCAN, (National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect) in Australia.
The greatest feeling and achievement a teacher could have is to see that one lost, broken student succeeded in life. And that is because of these teachers commitment and care for their students, giving them an extra hand and going an extra mile when one needs it.
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