The fact that the one guy throws down his bag and goes to save the guy, but then he realizes he’s too late. And if you continue watching him, he like throws his hands up and then turns away. He probably feels disappointed that he couldn’t help, but he tried. I bet he didn’t even know the guy. And that really makes me not lose faith in everyone.
watched this atleast 5 times. too powerful not to reblog.
- our gay neighbor.
- our drunken neighbor.
- our atheist neighbor.
- our proud arrogant neighbor.
- our angry neighbor.
- our neighbor who believes in abortion.
- our neighbor who supports war.
- and so on.
[we are called to love our neighbor, that doesn’t mean we have to “love” or agree with what our neighbor is doing but nevertheless- we are called to love our neighbor as we love ourselves.]
It’s funny how as you go through life and your feelings change, it gets harder, times get tougher, you do things that you never thought you’d do before. You soon realize that in all of this you yourself will become your own worst enemy in the end.
having crumbs in your bra is one of the worst feelings in the world
have you ever stepped in a puddle with your socks on?
Have you ever had the dark lord scar you and kill your parents when you were a baby
Have you ever heard the wolf cry to the blue corn moon
have you ever just wanted an oscar so bad