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Fathers Stand Face To Face With Their Children In A Heartwarming Moment. Happy Father’s Day!

Fathers stand face to face with their children to share how proud and grateful they are for each other.


Today is Father’s Day and there is no better way to celebrate this special occasion than to be with the only man who owns the title ‘The Best Dad In The World’–our fathers.

To honor and thank him, it’s a must for some to line up at malls and stores just to get him the best present. Meanwhile, others will opt for a more personalized greeting card, a simple text message or phone call, a kiss or a hug and many other ways to show him how much he is loved and appreciated.

Now, how about saying or doing all those things in front of our dads? In this video, 10 fathers with their kids get the chance to stand face to face and share their love for each other in the most special way. They are then asked to answer these,

‘Dad, what about me makes you proud?’
‘I’m grateful to you for..’
‘I’m proud of you for..’

Although most of them struggled at first to express what they feel in words, they succeeded in making it a perfect gift and a beautiful moment for fathers, sons and daughters.  Their answers are all sorts of funny, sweet, honest, full of love and truly ‘tear jerking’ too.

Watch the heartwarming video:

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If you’re blessed enough to still have your fathers around, now is your chance to tell and show them how grateful you are to have them. Others don’t or no longer get the same chance so don’t waste yours and tell them now. Happy Father’s Day!


Homeless Boy was Left Freezing in the Streets, Until this Homeless Man Helped Him.

The result of this social experiment is quite shocking!

Hundreds of homeless adults and children are roaming around the busy and dangerous streets every day. With ragged or no clothes, footwear, food, shelter, we see that most of them only get by because there are still some generous people who are willing to lend a helping hand. Sadly, this is common in most parts of the world.

Many have become calloused and apathetic that they choose to turn their heads the other way; pretending not to see how much these unfortunate ones need help.

OCK TV decided to facilitate a social experiment to see how many people would help a young boy who'd disguise himself as a homeless child.

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Boy Grows His Own Hair For Charity And Didn’t Let Bullies Stop Him.

8-year-old boy decided to grow his own hair to help some kids with cancer who lost theirs.

What will make a young boy grow his own hair long enough like a girl and stand being teased by other people? It's inspiring to know that for 8-year-old Christian McPhilamy, it only took a commercial he saw on TV to do such. The said advertisement was for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital with many children who are sick and without hair.

After his mom explained about chemotherapy and its side effects, he figured out what to do next. Christian came to a decision--to grow his hair out long enough to donate it to the young cancer patients who need it more.

After two years, Christian is rocking his 10-inches long hair.


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Her Teacher Told Her She’s Just a ‘Waste of Time’. Look at this Teenage Mom Now!

She got pregnant and was homeless in eight grade. But this young woman beat the odds and graduated on top of her class!

In the United States alone, there are approximately 820,000 teenage pregnancies documented yearly.

And when a girl gets pregnant at a very young age, people typically expect the worst. Most people assume that teenage moms would never be able to juggle their lives between school and raising a kid. Deep inside, they are probably thinking that she would end up dropping out of school and/ or placing the child in foster care.

Other people tend to put them in a box and draw their own life for them--telling them what they can and cannot do or achieve for themselves. It would be as if the teenage mom had relinquished her own life and freedom by becoming a mother at a young age.

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