This Canadian advertisement about empathy and inclusiveness is probably one of the most touching videos you will watch today.
The 60-second clip, created by Cleansheet Communications, shows a young wheel-chair bound boy watching a group of kids playing basketball nearby.
After noticing the boy in the wheelchair, the kids decide to create their own ‘makeshift wheelchairs’ so that he doesn’t have to feel left out.
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“When a neighbourhood kid steps up to make sure everyone is included, he demonstrates that when the best of us steps up, our nation stands a little taller,” the description of the advertisement reads.
The video has touched the heart of millions of people around the world.
“I truly love witnessing happiness, take a look at the boy’s smile after “Come on”. The goodness in the blonde boy’s heart is immense. When I first saw this short film, I about busted down crying,” one person wrote.
“Love to see how inclusion is starting to play a bigger role in our society, ” commented another.