Compassion in Action

Middle School Students Teach Us about Love and Compassion

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And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me.’ 

Matthew 25:40

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Blog stats tell me only a small percentage of you will click on video links. I double-dog dare you to watch this one.  It is very special.  Grab your kids and let them watch it with you, too!

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14 thoughts on “Middle School Students Teach Us about Love and Compassion”

  1. Awesome sauce. I wonder which kid thought it up….would LOVE to be a fly on the wall when it was first thought up. And would be SO. STINKIN. PROUD. to be the parent of THAT kid. Or any of them, really. 🙂


  2. Very touching-especially the tears.
    Will forward this to my son who played football in Middle school (gave it up in High school to focus on keeping his high GPA for college). He says his middle school football days were his happiest.
    There is hope for humanity!


  3. Julie Anne, I loved that! Thanks for posting it…you got me on the double dare. I feel like I’m in Jr. high again!



  4. Thank you for posting this. I had heard of this story once before, but the presentation in the video is very touching. This crusty old guy has damp cheeks too.


  5. You got me too! How precious these young men are, to bless someone else in this way is truly selfless. Thanks for the heart tug and showing the love.
    Love to you Meaghan


  6. I wish I could see it, but the video’s not available in Japan! And all of you have me curious now… aww… 😦

    I’m glad there are happy stories out there, though.


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