What Would you do?
It was 4:30 in the morning and I was looking at Facebook posts from my friends. Jade, a good friend of mine posted this on her wall. The description , " the last guy made me cry" caught my attention. So I clicked on it and watched. Did the last guy really made me cry? a little maybe but this video is more than that. It will show you how certain people respond in certain situations and it will surprise you how a certain act might just be a front for others and that their true selves are hidden underneath. It's a remarkable move from this show in ABC and I think it's worth watching. So click on the play button below and see for yourself.
It's really amazing how people can surprise you. How they react to unusual situations and it is in these awkward yet precious moments where true beauty can be seen. This definitely taught me the value of paying forward. That sometimes , we as individuals go through some things in life which happens to be a wheel of highs and lows. And who are we to judge one if he is momentarily short of luck? We all go through stages in life, others may have extreme cases or easier challenges than us , but whatever it is, we go through it just like everybody else does.
I admire the bald macho guy , his mockery was a bit annoying at fist but later on his true heart was revealed. I was a bit surprised actually. Good hearts do rest even in the most unlikely ones. The most touching part is from the old man at the last part , he clearly knows what he is doing and for his age, you would know that he feels so much for the homeless man. It was a beautiful scene seeing him give his water to him. This made me realize that there are still good people around us. The key is to be a replica of their good deeds and not the other way around.
Overall, I have learned that life's most beautiful moments are not seen in beautiful places but are often felt by a heart the gives and a heart that cares.