A difficult but inspiring video

 

Atticus Finch, played here by the immortal Gregory Peck, has been voted the greatest hero in the history of Hollywood.

 

If you have 8.5 minutes, watch this video. ┬áIf you don’t have 8.5 minutes, find them.

 

It offers an important lesson on many levels and about many things, including moral courage:

 

http://www.faithit.com/i-cant-believe-the-things-people-say-to-this-guy-with-down-syndrome-but-the-beautiful-people-who-take-a-stand-will-inspire-your-socks-off/

 

You don’t have to be Atticus Finch — the people in this video aren’t — in order to display moral heroism.

 

I’m grateful to my friend David Bokovoy for calling my attention to this.

 

 

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