Even the little things can change the way someone views the world.
All across the country reports of racism, acts of hate, violent protests, and poor race relations are being reported. But not everyone is caught up in the political nonsense such is the case with this heartwarming story.
Mary Terrinoni, who works for Pennsylvania Ambulance, said she was with her paramedic partner, Jared Bryer, when a young man came up to their truck and asked for help.
“He was getting ready for his high school prom and didn’t know how to tie his tie,” Terrinoni said. “My heart was pretty full watching my partner step in to help him out.”
The young man’s name is Lavar, according to Bryer, and he lives near the firehouse where they were stationed.
“He’s a good kid,” Bryer told FOX 5’s Katie Muse. “My younger sister goes to school with him.”
Following Bryer’s kind gesture, Terrinoni went on to say “this is what it’s all about.” Her post has been shared more than 4,000 times and has more than 7,300 likes.