Our hearts sank when in these days we were witnesses of one of the hardest situations that can be witnessed. Little Quaden Bayles' mom posted a video to show the suffering her bullying son is going through at school. In the recording she asks for a knife to kill herself because she does not want to live.
The video went viral and everyone, celebrities and strangers, have turned to show their full support and, above all, fight this scourge called abuse.
This Saturday the Australian boy smiled with more enthusiasm than ever when he was invited to honor a rugby match between his favorite team, Indigenous All Stars and his opponent, New Zealand Maori. The images of the kid holding hands with his players and being greeted with a barrage of applause have moved the world.
Quaden couldn't believe that all that love, those cries of support and affection were all for him. For a moment his face lit up with happiness, compensating, even for that instant, all the pain suffered after the ridicule received by his dwarfism.
There are several celebrities who have mobilized to give a little joy to those sad eyes. Comedian Brad Williams is raising money through GoFund me to give him a trip to Disneyland. What will go to organizations that day by day fight against this terrible epidemic called bullying.
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