Neighborhood Kids Help Little Boy Learn To Ride A Bike

Just when we think the world has forgotten what kindness means, a group of kids reminds us that using kindness is like riding a bike. You just have to keep trying with the support of a few friends. A mom captures a heart-warming video of neighborhood kids helping her little boy learn to ride a bike. 

Tambria Currie’s son Mykel wanted to learn how to ride a bike and has asked his mom for help. She said she would when she had time, but her son had other ideas. As all boys are, he didn’t want to wait. He wanted to learn at that moment. 

Uninhibited about asking for help, Mykel took to the neighborhood and asked his friends. In one incredible moment, all the kids came together to help Mykel get the hang of balancing on the bike and pedaling! Two kids helped him keep his balance while the rest surrounded him as he rode the bike down the street. 

The moment was absolutely innocent, kind, and full of encouragement and Tambria captured it all on camera. She then posted it to Facebook with a note of wisdom that we can all use. 

“Mykel: Mommy, my friend, can ride a bike with no training wheels.

Me: Ima teach you one day.

My boy said forget that… Ima learn today. He went and asked for help and those babies helped with no problem. Didn’t tease my baby or nothing. We can learn something from this generation. It’s okay to ask for help. And it’s definitely okay to help each other, encourage each other, and love each other."

It is more than okay to help each other. God commanded us to love each other, encourage each other, and build one another up just like these kids did for Mykel!

1 Thessalonians 5:11 “Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing.”

Source: CBS News

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