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Some Kids Know Better Than Grownups Do


Sometimes the negative news all around us are enough to stir a foul mood and sourness. Heartwarming positive stories are so uplifting that it really feels good to go through them. At Shareably, we strive to bring positive stories to you to create a constructive thinking, and this one perfectly epitomizes our mission.

No matter we keep our eyes and heart shut to racial tension around us but it does exist. Though we may not excuse slavery anymore, people do receive a cold treatment based on their color, religion, and ethnicity to varying degrees.

However, it shouldn’t be like this, and this mother flawlessly captured how lovely life can be if we if we raise our standards and look above color, belief, and traditions.

A mom was at Myrtle Beach with her daughter, when a charming little boy approached her daughter. And what happened in between them was simply heartwarming. The two were so naturally comfortable in each other’s company that they played merrily and laughed together. The girl’s mother was absolutely stunned by the boy’s genuineness and affability.

It is not this which has made this story viral but it’s what the boy does next .Please read along to learn what happened…

“I was enjoying a walk at Myrtle Beach under a setting suns with my daughter when this cute little boy comes walking right up to her. He shares with her not only the shark tooth around his neck but also tells her his name and asks hers. They part ways bidding adieu, walking in the opposite directions.

However, soon after, a few minutes later he comes running back, what seems like slow motion, yelling out my daughter’s name. She is greeted by his enchanting smile and they re-share a few expressions, primarily about his wonderful and cool shark’s tooth that actually gave him powers.

I seek permission from the boy’s mother to capture a picture and this was the result. No one positioned them, or told them to smile and there was totally no vacillation on their part at all. When we done with walking and it was time to say goodbye, they hugged for a long time and interchanged about 20 “goodbyes.”

What we humans should learn from these kids is not to see color lines, no judgment, no race, no hate, no shades. It’s so pure…and so true…..two kids meeting on a sunset walk …all they saw was each other.

“This world would be a much better place if we acted like these two kids.”