In the frenzy of a classic birthday party with a shower of candy from the bursting piñata, we discover one disappointed young man without a single piece. Someone notices and transforms the memory from sour to sweet by _sharing_.
Pass It On.
A message from The Foundation for a Better Life.
Sharing. Pass It On!
Pass It On®
korbin from Flower Mound AUGUST 24, 2020
The boy was sad because he didn't get candy, but the little girl noticed he was sad and shared her candy. she is a good role model
DG from Texas NOVEMBER 16, 2016
We see this - sharing - happen all the time when we have our family pinatas. It's how our kids learn! Keep it going.
Olivia from Pinehill Lane 21337 OCTOBER 24, 2016
Alexa SEPTEMBER 22, 2016
I actually had that happen to me once! I was at a birthday party when I was little and when the part with the pinata came, the other kids took all the candy before I got any! I was very sad! Nobody shared theirs with me, and I had to have the parents give me other candy that they had! I cannot believe how MEAN kids are these days! When I throw my kids parties, i'm going to make goodie bags instead of having a pinata! I don't want anyone feeling left out!
Unknown from Unknown MAY 16, 2016
One way of caring is sharing