The co-lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of KISS, Paul Stanley, recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account and shared a heartwarming video of a 2-year-old kid trying his prosthetic leg for the first time.
There is no doubt that Paul Stanley is one of the rockstars who are the most active on social media. Stanley enjoys using his Twitter account to vocalize his views on social and political matters, comment on rock music and musicians, and raise awareness on important matters.
This time, he used his Twitter account to post an emotional video of a little boy trying to walk with his prosthetic leg for the first time. In the video, the world-famous 8-times Paralympic International Medalist Blake Leeper tries to encourage the little boy by telling him that they should have a race.
Paul Stanley was moved by this video and shared it by saying that kindness can make a huge difference and the best aspect of it is that everyone wins. He acknowledged the impact that Blake Leeper had on the little kid and stated that it is small gestures like this, that make the world a better place to live in.
Here’s what Paul Stanley wrote in his recent tweet:
“You never know the difference your kindness can make. The beauty is everyone wins.”
You can check out Paul Stanley’s tweet below.
You never know the difference your kindness can make. The beauty is EVERYONE wins. https://t.co/EZFf6QyH1h
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) December 23, 2020