Nicholas Winton - Beatitudes

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Nicholas Winton - Beatitudes

The major event in Winton's life shows being meek about a particular situation. Winton showed a great example on how to love people like a brother or sister, even if he didn't know them. He was also gentle with them. He offered kindness to when they needed it.

Matthew 5:5Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth

"Blessed are the meek, for they will inhearit the earth". I think this best exemplify Nicholas. This beatitude is saying that the people who follow this are humble, and they allow themselves to be used by God. They are compassionate, mindful, and gentle with others, and they offer kindness whenever someone needs it.

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Nicholas Winton, born on May 19, 1909 in Hampstead, United Kingdom. A family of three with a wife and one child. Although, at the age of 29, an event dramatically changed his life and the others involved. There was a massive attack against the Germans and the Austrian Jews, and many were left homeless and in need of food and water. Nicholas found these refugees and did not hesitate to help. He tried to get most families through the Britich boarder, but their Visas didnot qulaify. However, most childeren were brought to Sweeden and Great Britan, because of how nice and gentle Winton was. He brought about 669 childeren. Winton wasn't acknowledge for his bravery not for a while, but Nicholas gained many awards and humanitarian pre-war deeds. Winton is now 105 this year and he is greatly honored for what he has done greatly in many people's lives.

Through Nicholas Winton's story, there are many lessons to be learned by him. For me, I think that he showed great bravery and compassion to these people, who all we knew, were strangers to him. Winton treated them like family, and thats how all people should do as well. I learned to accept strangers as my brothers and sisters in Christ, and when it comes time, I will be ready and do my best, like how Nicholas did it.

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