Most people still flowed past us blankly, but my mood began to change, as if I was drunk, I started to laugh very openly, and I smiled and asked everyone to hug one, I felt that the world didn’t Change, but I changed.
The speed of change is very fast. It is really the same as being drunk. I think this kind of emotional change comes from the flow between the person who came to hug and before us; love is really incredible, and the difference lies in us. How much I feel.
There are a lot of junior high school girls who heard our call, watching us and shaking their heads while walking, but they walked towards us unconsciously and completed the gesture of holding one.
I really like them walking over while shaking their heads; boys from high school are walking over.
Someone came over with a big grin, and then told his friend that I was going to hug, so he came to finish the hug.
One of the things that moved me was the action of my kid opening his arms to hug, and in response to our asking passers-by: Can you hug me, our main activist opened his hand to passers-by and asked for a hug.
The action is just as powerful in my eyes, and I am proud of him.
The last one who came to hug was a brightly dressed big boy. He opened his hands from a long distance, and finally gave my friend a deep hug, because his movements are really slow, so I have time I took four consecutive shots for him and captured the image of him giving us a very precious hug.
We all liked it and felt that we would talk about it for a long time.