It's incredible to see good people go out of their way, even to the point of putting themselves in danger, to help their fellow spirit brothers and sisters. Like what happened earlier this week when a French man made a daring climb to save the life of a child he didn't even know. "I just climbed up and thank God, God helped me," Mamoudou Gassama said about his heroic rescue. "The more I climbed the more I had the courage to climb up higher, that's it.”
Video of a man rescuing a 4-year-old child in France went viral Monday.
Malian migrant Mamoudou Gassama climbed four floors of banisters outside an apartment building in Paris to rescue the dangling child, who was hanging off one of the balconies.
Mamoudou Gassama, the 22-year-old undocumented immigrant from Mali who scaled four stories to rescue a child hanging from a balcony in Paris on Saturday, has been given a medal of courage from French president Macron and will be awarded French citizenship. pic.twitter.com/oQiszSBHuc— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) May 28, 2018