- A generous young man recently headed online to share a clip of a homeless man's reaction to receiving some helpful gifts
- In the clip, the generous man offers to help make the homeless man's life easier also asking him what he needs
- He then proceeded to buy all the things the homeless man needed to make life a lot easier on the streets
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A heartwarming clip has been shared online by a man with the Instagram handle @isaiahgarzaintl, who is seen helping a homeless man. In the clip, the kind man asks the homeless man what would put a smile on his face.
To which the homeless guy responded that a tent, a blanket and some food would really make him happy. Not long into the clip, the man leaves to buy all the things and gives them to the pleasantly surprised homeless guy.
Many of the generous man's Instagram followers loved the heartwarming post. A lot of them flocked to the comment section to commend him for his kind-heartedness. Read a few of their comments below:
"You’re a HERO BRO."
"This is exactly what it means to be like Christ. And I ain't even a Christian... but this is what people say Jesus would do."
"You are amazing bro, thanks for your kindness. I love you."
"You have the kindest soul."
"Any chance I could donate and it goes straight to this man? His smile is so touching."
In more heartwarming news, most teachers would easily resort to punishment if they ever encountered a stubborn learner who did not abide by the school’s rules. However, Jason Smith, the principal of US school Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School, is a different breed.
The patient man noticed that one student insisted on wearing a hat to class. This went against the institution’s regulations. The young boy was sent to Jason’s office and the outcome of the encounter could have easily been a suspension or detention.
Instead, the principal sat the boy down, had a pep talk and proceeded to organise a barber's haircut. The young boy admitted he had been in the wrong and apologised for disrupting the lesson.
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