Friendship Beats Bullying Every Time

Bullying is a terrible thing that some kids have to deal with when they're in school. But this 5th grade boy with a learning disability has a secret weapon in combating bullies: friends. When a group of 5th graders saw a classmate of theirs getting picked on, they decided to take him into their group so he couldn't be singled out. So heart-warming!
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BETH110764 1/9/2019 9:19:07 AM
I’ve seen this before, but rewatching it reminded me that there are always people who need our love, caring and companionship. Kudos to the James gang for recognizing that. Report
LOUN0318 1/4/2019 8:32:59 PM
Great message! Report
KHALIA2 11/1/2018 8:46:49 AM
True love! Report
KHALIA2 8/12/2018 7:13:29 PM
This is what God loves! Report
BARBEQUESUE 7/16/2018 11:36:24 AM
That was just wonderful to see...brought me to tears.
There is hope when I see that there are some great kids out there.

TEAROSE22 7/6/2018 3:06:30 PM
The James Gang...reminds me of how my children grew up..to love, care and share with all people in their lives. Now 42 and 43 they are raising their chikdren with the same values. Proud to be part of this life cycle. Report
KHALIA2 2/22/2018 2:35:19 PM
A true love story. Report
MARCY1955 2/15/2018 5:26:54 AM
Great video! Very inspiring! Report
CAT793D 1/20/2018 7:00:40 AM
These young gentlemen are our future. Kudos to their parents and this teacher. Brings tears to my eyes. Love it! Report
BETRUE6 1/11/2018 10:50:22 AM
What a great story! Report
MOONDRAGON30 1/7/2018 2:36:40 AM
Love this story! Report
KHALIA2 12/13/2017 9:05:14 AM
This is true love! The world would be a much better place if all of us would invoke this type of love! Report
TOPFORM1 11/26/2017 9:59:49 AM
And there is the answer to all the world's problems - exemplified in the compassion of five young boys. Bravo! Report
SHIMMERSPARK 9/22/2017 3:03:47 PM
It's wonderful to see these boys befriend the dark haired boy, rather than bully him. At first impression, if I saw these boys walking down the sidewalk, I'd assume they could be bullies. They appear to be tough, strong kids, but when I saw them being compassionate, instead, to the boy with special needs, I cried. I hope nobody misunderstands what I'm trying to say. I'm admitting I judged by appearances, then when I played the video, I was overjoyed when I saw that these boys were not bullying kids. I thought the video was going to have kids that were bullies explaining why they bullied. OMG. Amazing wake up fo rme! Report
JTHEALTHY1 8/22/2017 11:10:21 PM
Wow! That's awesome! Report