When Thomas Moore saw his mom watching a video on Facebook about a girl who had lost her hair to cancer, he had an idea. The almost 8-eight-year-old decided to start growing his hair out for other children who had lost theirs to chemotherapy, and that’s exactly what he did. For the next two years.
It’s quite an impressive feat for anyone to spend two years of their lives working towards a goal of compassion, and it’s even more impressive when a child under 10 years old is able to accomplish such a wonderful feat. As you can see from the pictures below, Thomas grew a pretty impressive amount of hair as well! In fact, by the time he was done with his heartwarming project of kindness, Thomas had enough hair to make three full wigs!
After his haircut, his aunt, Amber Ray, posted a before-and-after picture online, and it’s since been shared thousands upon thousands of times by people who are moved in their hearts by how wonderful this child’s heart is.
When Thomas Moore saw his mom watching a video on Facebook about a girl who had lost her hair to cancer, he had an idea.
The almost 8-eight-year-old decided to start growing his hair out for other children who had lost theirs to chemotherapy.
And That’s Exactly What He Did!
Staying The Course Of Compassion For 2 Whole Years!
He Grew Enough Hair For 3 Whole Wigs!
An Impressive Feat!
A Champion Of Love!
His Aunt, Amber Ray, Shared His Beautiful Project For All To See
His Act Of Kindness Inspired People Around The World
“Please tell your nephew he is a wonderful young man. God bless him,” wrote Wilhelmina S.
“Beautiful boy, beautiful heart,” shared Al.
“He’s so darn cute. What a kind, considerate kid. *Heart melting*,” commented C.B.
“Kids like this give me hope for our future,” wrote R. S.
Watch This Video Of When Thomas Cut His Hair After 2 Years:
If you have children, consider showing them examples and videos of people practicing kindness and compassion for others. Children learn through the examples of others, and they are already naturally pure of heart and full of love…. and don’t be surprised when they become little heroes of compassion themselves, just like Thomas Moore.