Seriously, Reddit always has amazing stories (like helping a guy with cancer get a dream trip before he dies) that touch even the most cynical of hearts. But somehow, this brief posting of a hipster comic store owner who was mistaken for Superman posted by apextek really hit home for the simple reason that “Superman” let the kid keep believing because he remembered how important dreams are. Important enough that we should never let them give up on the hopes they bring with them:
Seriously, Mr. Clark Kent (aka Superman), that was an incredible thing that you did for this kid. We all wish that others would treat our dreams with equal respect. Bravo for letting him keep his dream alive (especially since he’s already living a tough life)!
- and thanks to Reddit for continually proving that the Net has a heart