Kids are always getting a bad wrap for being crummy at friendships. They bully and manipulate. They use each other and turn on their “friends.”
But not always.
Sometimes kids end up schooling adults on building bridges. Like Jack and Rani, two British schoolboys who met when Rani, a ten-year-old Syrian refugee, started attending Jack’s school, where he didn’t exactly get a warm reception.
— BBC Radio 5 live (@bbc5live) August 31, 2017
— This Morning (@thismorning) August 31, 2017
If their story doesn’t bring a smile to your face, well, you should probably take a nap and check back with us all after that!
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