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John Connor says
What a POWERFUL little film! I smiled all the way through it and had tears in my eyes. Happiness is that simple. SMILE!
Bill Blackburn says
What an amazing angel you are to that woman! Thank you for such a powerful story and such a wonderful example! I get that act of kindness fires up multitude worlds through out the universe and beyond!
Violet Flame says
WOW... I could so relate to every word. The pain of being whisked away and then the kindness of Ms. Wong. My Ms. Wong was a Mr. Brown, a black art teacher (5th grade) who in many ways saved my world through his encouragement.
That's wonderful web923, thank god for the Ms. Wong and Mr. Brown in this world! The world will be a better place if each child in pain could be met with love and kindness xoxo
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Thank you for sharing darling, I am so glad you found your soul sisters in your life who could love and support you like a family. Our families and friends who never desert us are real angels and our most precious treasures in life. Big hugs xoxo
Dr Cil says
so true Dr Cil, I am sure even smiles and general curtesy goes a long way for everyone. Sometimes I can get so offended when I receive bad service, as it is so easy to just smile and be nice.
I just love th way u put it: We can be the change we want to see in the world on a daily basis! I remember reading a story, a boy planned 2 kill himself. He cleared out his school locker, dropped his books and a kind boy helped him. He decided 2 live
Brandon Heath Tart says
I agree, no kindness is ever too small yet a tiny little cruelty could wreak th biggest havac. I've witnessed cruel punishment in th classroom where what th naughty kid really needs is positive attention & a little love. A little hope goes a long