In a Good Samaritan act, an Indian, who was abused by a British homeless man, offered help and courtesy in such a manner that his act proved that humanity exists.
It so happened that Aminur Chowdhury was racially abused by Ben Gallon, a homeless British man, but the thought did not make him sad or angry.
Understanding that argument will not help out in his case, he decided to reform Ben through an innovative approach
Aminur asked for Ben's contact details, and asked him if he could come and pick him up the next day for an interview.
Initially, Ben thought Aminur was joking, but the very next day, he actually arrived in his car, took Ben to his friend's place for the interview, and the result was that Ben got the job!
Ben was touched by the gesture and admitted his mistake. His apology to Aminur broke the barriers that humanity faces in different races.
Why does one even have to think on lines of hate and racism in any society? The idea was beautifully captured by the incident and proved that the more love you show, the more the others will love you back.
It shows that love is the only way to end racism in any society.