WATCH: This Christmas Kindness Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

Written by Wes Walker on December 31, 2019

With all the BAD news out there, it’s nice to occasionally share something as wonderful as this story. This little bit of Christmas kindness is a great remedy to the viciousness we see in the news cycle.

Have the tissues at the ready!

(You know, just in case that person you’re watching it with might need them or something.)

If you’re going to go out to eat on Christmas, it’s important to treat the wait staff well. Most times, if you’re working that job on a day like Christmas, it’s because you have to, not because you necessarily WANT to.

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And while we can’t all be as awesome to our wait staff as this family was — no, really, watch it for yourself — this sets a high bar for how we should think of treating whoever it is that’s schlepping your table over the holidays.

And that goes double for those of us who wear the name ‘Christian’.

Just when you think this clip is as amazing as it can get… it gets better.

And before you write it off as some kind of a ‘stunt’ … realize this. The family showing this kindness never shows their own faces.

As Tiny Tim would say… ‘God Bless us, every one!’

Happy New Year, Clash reader, wherever you are!

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