Caine’s Cardboard Arcade

Each of us represents a star in heaven. Sometimes we shine with the rest. Sometimes we twinkle alone. And sometimes when we least expect it, we make someone’s dreams come true — Author Unknown

Good News of the Day:
Caine Monroy spent his summer vacation building an elaborate cardboard arcade in his dad’s used auto parts store. The adorable 9-year old worked for months to perfect the game designs, making displays for the prizes, and creating elaborate security systems. Unfortunately, his dad’s store is in an industrial part of East L.A. that gets almost no foot traffic. So Caine had exactly zero customers … until a filmmaker, Nirvan Mullick, randomly stopped by for a used door handle and bought a “Fun Pass.” The short film Mullick went on to create about Caine was released early this week — and has already been viewed millions of times, reportedly bringing thousands to tears. It serves as a touching celebration at the intersection of a little boy’s dream and the kindness of a stranger.

Be The Change:
The next time you stumble across someone who is bravely following their dream, make time to acknowledge and foster their gift — with something as small as a smile or as big as a flashmob!

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