Update: Today is 2-19-13, I never expected such a great response to this video. It really makes me happy to see the comments left. Even though this is not a ...
Logan Morais's insight:
What happens in this video is basically a chain reaction of good deeds that in the end the good deeds comes back to the first person that did the first good deed. In the beginning it start off with a group of three teens that are spray painting a wall. Then was scared off by a man near by, when all of this is happening there is a young boy observing what is happening, he then see someone ( I think it might have been one of the three people doing the spray painting) being bullied and pushed down, and gives him a hand, then he goes to a supply closet and gets some paint, then when walking past a room see someone that was working on a project and had ran out of paint, so he gave her one can then continued to walk to the wall. After he had given that tin of paint to the girl, the chain reaction had occurred, where one person would do a form of good and another watch, and the person that had seen the kind act would do one to.With everything leading to the one person that started it all, to now being the one receiving the help, from everyone he's helped and more.
This video relates well to the fifth commandment "love thy neighbor" where everyone is your neighbor, so spread the love.When you are in a position to help some even if its the littlest thing like hold a door open for someone it is almost guaranteed that you will make their day better whether it is a small amount or a large amount. You could just do it for the benefit of knowing you did something good for no reason. I am not saying that, if you do something go for someone else there has to be a reason. The only reason you need is to make anything and everything better in any way or form.
When I watch this video i think of a tree and how the tree was born, because without the one little seed there would be no tree to replenish the new trees. The tree seeds being good deed creating more good deeds when the seed grows into a brand new tree, with leads to more good deeds and more!
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Logan Morais's insight:
In this video a young boy suffers from the loss of his father. Who had recently died in a car crash. At the time when they had buried him, the boy chose to help carry the coffin to the burial spot and then after he was buried the father said some prayers, at that time he pulls out his fathers phone and watches a video of him and his parents saying hi to grandma.
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