It is important to emphasize that children’s hearts are free of prejudice since we live in a society where many adults quickly resort to hate and racial stereotypes.
Adults may believe they always have the greatest advice, but this anecdote demonstrates that there’s a lot we can pick just by simply observing those in the younger generation.
When Lydia Stith Rosebush first wrote this incredible tale on the Love What Matters Facebook page in 2017, it quickly gained widespread attention and was widely shared.
After hearing the whole tale, I can appreciate the reasoning behind it.
Jax, Lydia’s kid, has only ever been certain of one thing in his life: he and his closest buddy, Reddy, look like identical twins. Jax is five years old.
According to Jax, the only thing that differentiates the two close friends is that he has his hair cut short, while Reddy keeps his long and uncut.
As a result, Jax decided to shorten his hair throughout the weekend in preparation for a practical joke he and Reddy planned to pull on their instructor on Monday.
Since if they both had the same hairstyle, there would be zero chance of their teacher telling them apart.
“Jax told me he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to tell them apart,” Jax’s mother, Lydia posted on Facebook. “Jax said he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to
In a piece of writing, a German educator describes how she overheard a dialogue taking place between a mother and her kid.
The mother spoke to her kid about the number of refugees who were enrolled in his class, to which the child responded, “None, Mom.” The only students in my class are children.
There is no evidence to suggest that Jax and Reddy have parted ways, despite their heartwarming tale going viral a few years ago.
In point of fact, it seems like they are still the best of friends!