New Delhi :
Two little girls holding hands during their kindergarten naptime in Mississippi is being hailed for the hope it gives to the world.
After the photo, of two six-year-old girls heads down and hands intertwined asleep on the floor with their shoes placed by their heads, was posted on Facebook by their teacher got thousands of likes and attracted the attention of the wider world as a symbol of hope for racial equality.
The teacher posted the photo with this Bible quotation, 'Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God, and whoever loves has been born of God and knows God. 1 John 4:7,' the caption read.
Lucy Harris Jackson, left, and Samiyah Moore didn't even know that while they were asleep they were sending out a strong message to the entire world with just one click.
The beauty of kids and their love for each other has been captured very well. In the world full of racial discrimination, atrocities against the weaker sections, these little girls holding hands together is a ray of hope for racial equality.
Prejudice, discrimination is not something we are born with, it’s the circumstances, sometimes conditioning that gives rise to unwanted ill-wills in the society.
The sleeping girl give a very strong message to the world that no color matters, no race matters, what matters the most is LOVE.
The true friendship: Lucy Harris Jackson, left, and Samiyah Moore, right, has prompted outpouring of emotion online