The Short Film About A Boy And His Father Will Make You Reevaluate The Relationships In Your Life

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This powerful short film revolves around an old saying we wish the entire world would abide by:

“Being rich isn’t about how much you have but how much you give.”

According to the Huffington Post, the seven-minute clip comes from Viddsee, an Asian company that shares inspiring short films.

This one, called “Gift,” is about a son who harbors animosity towards his father for their lack of wealth growing up only to learn that he didn’t know the first thing about the legacy he would inherit.

The video reminds us how wrong it is to feel neglected when we aren’t the ones who really need help.

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