I go to a very, very big high school. We have a lot of passing time, but the lines in the bathroom are always very long. Earlier this week when I walked in, I was definitely in a hurry, and everyone else was too. Everyone was constantly checking their phones to make sure they got to class in time, and we didn’t really have time for distractions. But then something happened. A girl with special needs came in and walked to the front of the line, cutting in front of everyone. Now this didn’t bother me at all, but I was waiting for someone else to say something like “umm. Are you going to get in line” or scoff of say something rude. But guess what? No one said a word. Several of the girls in line smiled and waved at her, and I hope I am not the only one who is thankful for the lesson on kindness that God taught us through that sweet girl with special needs in the girls bathroom that day.