Japanese boy in WWII photoA few months ago, the grandson of one of the survivors of the Bataan Death March traveled from Northern Virginia to Japan with an old photograph in his hand. It was a grainy picture of a young Japanese boy who helped save his grandfather’s life.

For the 27-year-old, and for the Japanese people who greeted him, the photo offered a way to pluck from a dark chapter of history one single act of compassion.

(READ the inspiring story at the Washington Post)

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