- An eight-year-old little girl has warmed millions of hearts across the world
- She learned several words in sign language to surprise their deaf delivery man and her efforts of appreciation have touched so many
- The man was visibly surprised by the young girl's attempt and effort to speak with him and definitely felt touched
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An adorable little girl won over a delivery man with her effort to communicate with him. According to social media user Jay Arnold, the mailman is deaf and the eight-year-old girl wanted to be able to speak to him.
So, she learned a couple words in sign language and waited for the unidentified man to show up with their parcel.
The man is visibly surprised and happy to communicate with the adorable little girl.
The video was captioned:
"She learned to sign so she could speak to the deaf mailman."
Take a look at the video below:
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The video gathered over 10.3 million views since it was posted on social media.
Lauren Gabriel, who goes by the Twitter handle @LaurenGabriel4, commented:
"Keep going kid - you’re making the world smile!"
Twitter user, @sweetcales, added:
"What a sweetie. In my granddaughter's kindergarten in Florida, one of the kids was deaf so all the kids were taught to sign so they could communicate with him. My older granddaughter then taught her sister."
Social media user, @JimGawne, said:
"Just when I thought the world was completely gone to hell, you post this. There IS a light in the storm."
In other heartwarming news, Briefly.co.za reported a small business owner celebrated his birthday in fine style by giving back to his community.
The young entrepreneur used his resources in the fruit and vegetable sector to donate food parcels to 28 families.
News of his good deed started trending via social media and South Africans were touched by his act of kindness.
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