This caused me to consider everything from human nature, love, suffering, redemption, joy, hope, perseverance, and what constitutes a community of care. In this story you see a radical expression of familial love that either is completely irrational or perfectly rational, depending on your beginning point of reference. Either way, I found this video and story quite compelling.
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