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Published on Jun 5, 2007
Today, there is such great social disconnectivity between strangers and even family and friends. The barriers between strangers is so amazing, we wish to break them somehow. In this day and age, after all we've been through, we should not be afraid to hug the person next to us. Juan Mann first hugged a woman whose dog had died on the one year anniversary of her daughter's death. That hug, from a complete stranger, gave her hope and made her day a little better knowing there were people in the world who still had compassion. Even though Juan didn't know her or her circumstances, his hug was exactly what she needed. When we are walking the street, if we see someone crying, we may give them a second look, but we would rarely take the time to see what was wrong. By being our brother's keeper, even though we may not know the person or what the problem is, we may be able to do as Juan did and brighten their day by giving hope where it is lost. We hope to improve the quality of our own lives and heart. And like Juan, we hope our message is spread with a domino effect. If we reach on person, and they are inspired to do as we have done maybe this world will be a little better.
Enjoy :) Jah Bless
A Message From Jah: okay so to all the "haters" we did this for an english project not just for fun. soooo YOU should get a life instead of posting hate comments on youtube. because seriously.... are you trying to show how "bad ass" and "cool" you guys are for posting these comments? get some FRIENDS or something! get a LIFE! if you don't like it or if you think its stupid...THEN DON'T WATCH IT! are you stupid?? sorry for this hater comment. this may seem kinda hypocritical but we didnt post this for YOU guys we posted it for US YOU were the ones who decided to watch it.
The moral of the story: Don't hate because it's just not very nice. Thank you.