Appalling people who won’t help kid in T-shirt in freezing New York


What is wrong with our country if after two hours of NO ONE responds to an obvious need of a child freezing in New York.

Well, there is a heart-warming end to this video project (which was acted and is not a real runaway), but the last person you’d you expect reaches out. Where is America’s heart?

20 responses to “Appalling people who won’t help kid in T-shirt in freezing New York

  1. Excellent, though somewhat depressing, experiment. People have forgotten how to care.

  2. I nearly cried, Ellen. This was really sad but who could understand the boy better than a person that had been on the street by himself. He knew how it feels. A real benevolent person. Warm regards Mitza

  3. It doesn’t surprise me in the least that it was a homeless person who helped the boy, in fact I thought that was what was going to happen. It is often the people with the least to give who do share what they have. God bless him.

  4. Reblogged this on chrllrobb and commented:
    I have no words. Humans can be so cruel and full of themselves. And others…

  5. Wow a modern telling of the parable of the Good Samaritan. Except this happened and not a parable. Sad.

  6. I find this hard to believe because I would never do that. It’s always the last one you expect when you see that it would be a homeless person to help because he sees himself in others. This tells me that most don’t think humanely of their fellow man because they do really fail to see themselves in others. Many years ago my car broke down and no one would help a little woman alone stranded. A scruffy looking guy in a beat up truck pulled over and helped me to move my car out of traffic, while others still continued to fly past in their cadillacs and so forth but didn’t have the time or inclination to assist. I think I care for others because I know what it feels like not be cared about and I know that Jesus cares for people like me, the ones the world forgets.

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