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This video from the Philippines of two little boys helping their classmate with cerebral palsy is warming our hearts. During break time at school on a hot day, one boy sets up a fan for classmate Hans Erlasan, while the other helps him eat some snacks. We love to see these boys taking care of one another and having each other's backs!

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