Mahogany Knowledge Tree Youth In Action

“I’m So Proud Of My Son.

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He saw a kid, whose name I now know is Conner, balled up into a corner, crying. So, he went to console him, grabbed his hand, and walked him inside of the school!

What we didn’t know was that he was autistic. His mother fears every day that someone will laugh at him because he doesn’t speak correctly. Laugh at him because he doesn’t sit still or because he jumps up and down and flaps his hands.

It is an honor to raise such a loving, compassionate

child. He’s a kid with a big heart. The first day of school started off right.

Conner’s reaction?

‘He was so kind to me. I started crying and then he helped me. I was so happy! He found me and held my hand and I got happy tears.’

It doesn’t matter, you know, color. It doesn’t matter, gender. It doesn’t matter, disability. Just be kind. Open your heart. That’s what we need in this world. One act of kindness can change someone’s life.”

Credit: April Gate