How These Strangers React to Seeing a Boy Shivering Outside Without a Coat

Written on February 20, 2014 at 2:29 pm , by

You see a boy shivering outside without a coat. What would you do?

Actions speak much louder than words. You may not understand what’s being said in this video, but the acts of kindness are universally understood. Watch as hidden cameras capture how strangers in Norway react to a little boy sitting at a bus stop in the cold without a coat.

The experiment was filmed by the Norwegian branch of the SOS Children’s Villages International charity as part of a campaign to provide warm clothing for displaced children in Syria, according to The Nordic Page.

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10 Responses to “How These Strangers React to Seeing a Boy Shivering Outside Without a Coat”

  1. Iche liebe das.

  2. No kid should be cold,,, nice to see many people give him their coat ,,

  3. There are still good people in this world! Praise God!

  4. It warmed my soul to see this video. Ask and ye shall receive the Bible says. That is what happened here. Awesome acts of kindness done by strangers for a child in need.

  5. Beautiful! Warmed my soul….must visit Norway someday:)

  6. I am still crying over the kindness of people..Praise God

  7. I worked in the public sector for 32 years. I saw first hand mans inhumanity towards man. I have little respect for humanity as a whole. When I was a little girl I was with my dad once on a very snowy, cold day. As I held his hand and walked we saw an old man without a coat, shivering. He was most likely an alcoholic. My dad took off his coat and gave it the man. Watching this video has restored some of my faith in humans. God bless those people and God bless my dad, may he rest in peace. We all need to remember what is important in life……human compassion.

  8. Thank you for the video. It was very moving even though I didn’t understand a single word.

  9. Looks awesome!!

  10. don’t speak same language….however, “whatever you do for the least of my brethren, you do for Me”….thanks to all who cared.