8-Year-Old Pleads With Mom To Help Elderly Woman Up The Steps!

WayneDupreeShow Published May 31, 2018 36 Plays $0.11 earned

Rumble Many people say that we live to help others: by helping other people, we fulfill our mission on Earth. We cannot say if this is true or not, but we can definitely register the feeling that takes over after help someone and see the difference. Something happens to us, we get a feeling of satisfaction and happiness, we experience a surge of energy and purposefulness.

We all have a unique set of skills and abilities. Given these abilities, we can either do extraordinary things around ourselves or simply choose not to. It totally depends on you, whether you want to change your life, and what exactly you want to change it.

Many people set high goals in their lives and want to be remembered as visionaries. They want to change and save the world. Others want to be remembered simply as good people who are always ready to help and listen to you if you need it.

Which do you think is better? The one who changes the world, or one who helps an individual? Do what you can, with what you have.
Random acts of kindness are mindful attempts to beautify somebody else’s day by doing something nice, good and showing your concern. Kindness is a way to show others that they can count on you and that even when the world around has turned a deaf ear you are willing to stand in defense of good.

Maurice was in the car with his mom and sister leaving high school graduation when they saw the woman crossing the road. His mother, Contricia Hill, told Channel 2 Action News that they began talking about the woman, who was crossing the busy road alone, and her son spoke up.

"He asked, 'Can I go out there and help her up the steps?'" Hill said.

And that's exactly what he did. He held the stranger's arm as she slowly took each stair. At the top, she gave him a hug and the two went on their way. Hill said she didn't know anyone was filming the moment, but seeing her son's act of kindness on the internet makes her proud.

"It's touching. It's very touching," she said. "(It just shows) respect and raising your kids right goes a long way."

By doing this good deed, Maurice here helped deepen the feeling that there is still good in the world and that even children, as young as him, have integrated good humanist values in their personalities as well as the noble spirit and sympathy towards others.

0 COMMENTS