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The Surprising Freezing Homeless Boy Experiment

Social experiments are a good way to judge how we as a civilized society place ourselves on the scales of humanity. Sometimes you are left with tears of joy seeing how people can come together and at times your left stumped with the lack of empathy among us.

But more than anything else it always makes me wonder, what would I have done if I was there. I find myself in the shoes of the people who walk by, the shoes of the homeless and the people who stop to make a difference.

The video below is an emotional roller coaster, a young boy is homeless and begging on the streets of New York. Doesn’t have enough clothes to keep him warm, what happens can’t be put into words.

Clyde
Clyde
A Psychonaut who believes that humans have tremendous unharnessed powers within. To be immersed in the boundless gifts of nature and being self-sufficient is my Ikigai. With years of web tech experience, I founded and maintain Fractal Enlightenment.

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TJ Maher

the people who walked past him cant be faulted, NYC is an odd place to understand until youve lived there and experienced the kinds of things you see and interactions you have on a daily basis

Alexander Penley

>>crying at work

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