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How These Kids React To Strangers Dropping Their Wallets Will Leave You Smiling

Little kids, big hearts.

Finders keepers, losers weepers.” This age-old adage is all too familiar for some, especially if that lost wallet is stuffed with cash. Doing the right thing can be tricky at times, but these kids show just how easy it is to do good in the world. In this adorable video by the Japanese Red Cross, kids work through the moral dilemma of returning a stranger’s wallet dropped right by their feet. At first the kids look hesitant, but eventually sum up the courage to alert the stranger to the lost wallet. Perhaps we could learn a thing or two about honesty and kindness from these kids.


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