Do people still care for others? Do our parents have taught us the real value of taking a part in this society? Can we still find hope for the future within our children of today?
It’s definitely the faith and generosity of one young boy left restaurant-goers in tears after he asked his mother to buy a homeless man food in the US. This amazing five-year-old Josiah Duncan found one man's rough appearance so disconcerting he asked his mother what was wrong.
As been stated in the report of Telegraph News in UK, when Ava Faulk explained that he was homeless, Josiah asked:
"What does that mean?"
He asked many more questions like:
"Where is his house?"
"Where is his family?"
Where does he keep his groceries?"
It is also stated in the said viral news that according to Ms Faulk, it was the man's lack of food which troubled him most during the incident, a few weeks ago in Prattville, Alabama. It is further mentioned that the homeless man asked for a hamburger but Ms Faulk insisted he could have whatever he wanted.
Lastly, the five-year-old then wished to say grace loudly before the man began eating, moving the restaurant with 11 other customers to tears. Ms Faulk, who contacted WSFA via email about her son's generosity, said:
"The man cried. I cried. Everybody cried."
If this society, with the help of our beloved parents, will still continue to pass the virtue of helping the poor and needy, this world will be a better place to live in.
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