Bullying has become a widespread epidemic and it seems, none is spared today before. Unfortunately, often people with disabilities are often plagued by vicious tyrant. Sean Moravians is a young man with Down syndrome, who was delighted one hand on his first year of high school and on the other hand, was afraid of the bullying of classmates. His mother could not help him and worried about him. Sean would be different for his kind accepted? Or he would be hurt more emotionally or physically?
So looking for his family and his friends help to facebook. There, they expressed their concern about Sean's first day of high school and their contributions spread like wildfire. So it came, that on the morning of 1. September 2015 A group of unlikely heroes einfand before Sean house and his life for always changed…
Local Motorcycle Clubs, known for their support of US troops and veterans, had heard about Facebook from Sean's first day at high school. In just two days, they succeeded, to organize a special escort for Sean's first day at school. And so were the morning of 1. September dozens Biker before Sean's house. The whole neighborhood was suddenly also outside their houses, to experience the incredible moment, Sean met his new biker friends.
This manner and Women are all kind and peaceful, But Knowledge of course alone is by their appearance, with leather jackets, to impress tattoos and muscles. The motorcyclist wanted to send a message to the students, it to think twice, before investing with her new boyfriend Sean. The aim was, to make Sean one of the coolest kids in school and to let them all know, who strengthens the back Sean.
Sean's parents were completely overwhelmed by the support. You never thought, would that the first day of high school for Sean are so special. The bikers gave Sean even its very own, custom motorcycle helmet and a cowl.
Sean's mother had tears in her eyes, as she watched the bikers her son to school accompanied. The friendship between Sean and the bikers has been sealed since that day and continues to the present day. The bikers often visit Sean's football games and cheer for him and cheer him from the stands.
Sean has now absolutely great friends – and the ultimate protector for life. Moral of the story: One should never judge a book by its cover…
(Pictures Shawn Gaffney)