Fortunatelly, the actions of a teen are making headlines everywhere, but for the right reasons: A compassionated teen, Seth Goldstein, who while participating in a Cross Country race, did something that most of people running the same race, would not do: He stopped and went to the aid of another competitor who had colapsed and was seizing on the groung.
Only after helping the boy and taken control of the situation, waited for help to arrive and reasuring that the boy was being well taken care off, is when Seths decides to continue the race, and yes, he actually finished the race!
For Seth, who happens to be a lifeguard, and is a senior high school student at The Cooper Yeshiva School of Memphis, TN, he did " the only and right thing there was to do".
Please read this uplifting article by Geoff Calkins (The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN) and please help spread the world about Seth .This is the kinf of stories that should be getting all the attention at the web and media.
There is so much food for thought in this story to share with your students. I know that Seth does not want all the attention he's getting, but a life saving story like this, that is about compassion, real sportmanship, among other values, should get everyone's attention and be source of inspiration.
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