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Police Officer Johnson walks his city beat observing and interacting with the citizens of Philadelphia. He sees both negative and positive behaviors and goes home to share some of his experiences with his family. His family not only eagerly listens, but also finds ways to get involved in helping the community.
Young David loved donuts so much that he could not resist going past his neighborhood bakery without stopping to buy one. He finally finds a way to keep his money in his pocket and to satisfy his donut craving.
Treece gets her feelings hurt when she realizes that people around her are not giving her the attention that she expects. She decides to stop smiling, even when her friends are smiling with her, in an attempt to pay them back for their insensitive ways. However, Treece soon learns that there is a whole lot in the world to be grateful for and that alone deserves a smile.
Angie loved the rain but did not like the thunder. She often prayed for lots of rain to fall so that she could play in the rain puddles. But when she realized the high level of destruction that could result from too much rain, she stopped praying for heavy rain and is happy to hear the thunder.
Dorothy Rose starts to have doubts about letting go of processed hair and embracing her natural tresses. For the first time she notices that most of the people around her wear their hair in its natural state so she decides, why not me?
When Brian has to complete a project about his one and only brother Ricky, he realizes that he does not know much about him. Brian is reprimanded by his family for not paying closer attention to them. He then learns the importance of spending more time with those close to him.
We must make the time every day to spend quiet time with God. We have to listen to God and not just talk His ear off. It is when we are quiet and in His presence that He speaks to us. Let us listen keenly.
Although Manny excelled at soccer, he did not have the courage to display those spectacular skills in school. His peers were experts at basketball; but not Manny. When he finally gets the opportunity to display his soccer skills, he leaves his entire school community in awe.
Samantha always prided herself at being a good student…except where it came to math. She struggled to understand math concepts and worried about doing well enough in Math in order to get into college and to become the great zoologist that she always dreamed to be. Finally, she learns what hard work can do.