Think Quick and Do The Right Thing
Recently I read a story in the news about a teenage boy who saved an elderly woman that had fallen on a train track. When interviewed, he said that he hadn’t done anything special. It was just quick thinking and doing the right thing. The woman who’s life was in danger had a very different viewpoint. The boy had given her the greatest gift: her life.
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Don’t hesitate. Doing what’s right might make a huge difference in someone’s life.