With the world going through such a tough time right now, we all need positivity around us. It makes us sure that while we are in soup, love and kindness will help us get through it all!
Speaking of which, a video of a small boy helping his wheelchair-bound disabled sister play basketball is winning hearts on the internet, reports India Today.
The boy brings the portable basket close to her disabled sister so she can score a basket. He cheers and claps for her once she puts the ball into the basket. How cute is that?
Watch the video here:
This brother helping his sister get buckets is definitely the Twitter content I’m here for…🌎❤️🏀❤️https://t.co/VwlP2mHY8j
— Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) May 24, 2020
The video has left people on the internet emotional. Many are calling the boy an “awesome brother” and that he has been brought up well. Have a look:
The joy on her face!!
I cannot 😭
— Kelly A. 🇺🇸 (@SuperKellyA) May 24, 2020
This wins twitter today! pic.twitter.com/pZi2zt1CMs
— E.M (@elijahjamesmeza) May 25, 2020
So we happy cryin today? Sounds good to me 💪🏻💪🏻
— Bobby (@survivor5158) May 24, 2020
This is what we all should be doing always. Thank-you little man for the reminder.
— Zoie palmer (@ZoiePalmer) May 24, 2020
These kids have such beautiful hearts, they have to have wonderful parents ♥️♥️
— Emily Brandwin (@CIAspygirl) May 25, 2020
The great thing here is he didn’t do it for her or help her — he just removed a barrier (the net being too high) so she could do it herself.
— spoowriter (@spoowriter) May 24, 2020
Everyone should be so lucky to have a brother like that.
— Rgsal (@Rgsal897) May 24, 2020
There’s literally not a rule against this.
— Big 12 Refs (@Big12Refs) May 24, 2020
This is everything that is right in the world. Thanks Rex. Your shares can and will change the world for the better
— Paul Hoban (@PaulHoban3) May 24, 2020
What an awesome brother
— LaRue (@ToddLT1968) May 24, 2020
Wow. You’re a good brother, little man.
— esd2000 (@esd2000) May 24, 2020
This is what's family is all. About looking out for each other, also he showed us a message we ha eto look out for each other in difficult times everything cam be accomplished just need to find a way love it my heart goes our 👍🙏
— Edwin Lugo (@EdwinLugo2142) May 24, 2020
Omg. And his clapping at the end!!! ❤️❤️❤️
— Rachel Cue (@Rkaycue) May 25, 2020
There is nothing more special than a brother-sister relationship. We may fight and drive each other nuts. But at the end of the day, we come through for each other!