5-Year-Old's Gesture Moves Waffle House To Tears
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Josiah Duncan may only be 5 years old, but he has the divine wisdom of someone much older. After spotting a homeless man at his local waffle house, this compassionate little boy asked his mother what being "homeless" actually meant. After learning that the gentleman in front of him likely didn't have a place to live, he immediately gave him a menu, telling him to order whatever he wanted. But Josiah didn't stop there: he also insisted on singing a blessing with the homeless man, reducing the entire restaurant to tears. Here at SF Globe, our hearts melt over this little boy's pure heart and think his mother's done a pretty darn good job of raising him so far! In fact, if he's this kind at the mere age of 5, we can only imagine what good he'll do in the world later on in life!


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