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Feed a Friend. Nourish Your Soul.

(funky music) Hung Wu Cheng! Hi, good morning, Judge. Good morning. You have a school zone violation, It’s one mile over the limit. School? Yes, you were speeding in the school zone. I didn’t know. I didn’t know that I speed one mile, I didn’t know (nervous laughter) I don’t remember, First time that I try that one, I never had ticket before doctor uh.. Doctor, Judge. I never had a speed since I have my license, never. Where were you going? I think I (coughs) I go, I make some food to bring to my friend’s house, because her husband have a stroke. So, I just make some food for her. Aw. Yeah. That’s interesting. Yeah I don’t hear about that much anymore. You know, Inspector, did you hear what she said? She said, she was visiting a friend And she was bringing food to the house, Because the friend’s husband was sick. Yeah, he have a stroke. Yeah. So I don’t think many people do that anymore. But that used to be a common thing. I know that when I was a kid, My mother would, If someone was sick she’d be cooking And she’d say, I got to go visit who ever the person was. And she’d bring food. And that was strong community relations in those days. Yeah, I think feel so excited, Maybe I don’t look at the speed. I don’t really like that they charge me for the speed 31. I don’t realize that I drive that fast. Well. And my license Next time, I goin to watch again. Just keep doing what you’re doing, You’re doing good, right? Thank you.
You got a good heart, you’re taking care of a friend, right? Who’s husband is sick, And you’re bringing food. That’s what we’re supposed to do. Yes, that’s all we do. Today we live in a different world, That doesn’t happen too much. People today don’t even know who their neighbors are. They don’t talk, nobody communicates. Yep. These are nice stories, You keep up your good work. Thank you so much. Case is dismissed. Thank you. (funky music) As I mentioned, Mrs. Cheng’s story about bringing food to her sick friend. Brought back fond memories, of my mother doing the same thing. It’s a beautiful and helpful tradition. And sadly it’s one that’s rarely practiced anymore. Let’s change that. If you have a sick friend, or one that’s recently had a baby, show them how much you care for them, and appreciate their friendship by cooking them something special. Trust me. You’ll not only be feeding a friend, you’ll also be nourishing your soul. (funky music) Come on, how cool was that! If you’d like to see more cases like this one, tune into Caught in Providence every weekday. Excuse me, you didn’t know Caught in Providence is also a TV show? Oh, wow! Your life just got substantially better. To find out what channel we’re on, Go to Caughtinprovidence.com Click on your local listings, Scroll down till you find our hometown, And then start doing your happy dance. That’s it! Move it! Move it! Nice! All rise, and hit subscribe. So you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weight in on the cases. You be the judge. Subscribe now.

50 thoughts on “Feed a Friend. Nourish Your Soul.

  1. GOD bless you both..the Honorable Judge Caprio and Inspector Quinn, and GOD bless this wonderful woman👊🏿🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸👊🏾

  2. Cooking food for a neighbour or a friend is not something practiced as it used to everywhere nowadays I guess. We used to cook for a new neighbour for a day or two until they have their kitchen furniture set up, now, we don’t even know who’s neighbouring us; it is something I really wish people go back to and keep doing it without being judged or looked at as a creepy thing

  3. Most people are in to big of a hurry but to think of themselves. You can't go wrong when you act out of love. you maybe wrong but to act any other way is wrong even when you are wrong when acting out of love you are right.

  4. Yes Ziggy that was absolutely cool….. !!!!!
    Taking good food and caring for friends…
    Keep up the good work Mrs. Chang !!!
    In the so called under developed countries or developing countries the social bond is strong and sometimes the whole extended family turns up at a health care facility to enquire about the well being of their loved ones…..
    In India hospital authorities have to tell the relatives to leave the patient, but you will find them in waiting halls other places giving all types of support and help to the family in all possible ways until the patient is not discharged from the hospital.

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  6. yes that type of things still happens in india..recently when i was at hospital(i get in serious accident) my paternal and maternal aunts(my dads sisters and my mom's sisters) visit everyday and the hospital staff was so fed up by our relatives..here in India its still in practice when someone is ill or hospitalized relatives, friends, neighours go visit them and wish them for their good health..

  7. its a casual thing in our country, India…we just drop by for no reason to visit family and friends and bring food or snacks over///homemade…it is sad to see that times are changing all over the world…Know thy neighbor is the way to be:) community living…being friendly and kind…will solve lot of issues…cops cannot be there all the time…we need to watch one another …it will reduce crime a great deal… God bless good souls everywhere:) BeNice!

  8. I'm from Malaysia.. And my wife had this clothes that she only wore once and we give them to this not well to do family two teenage daughters.. And they received so happily.. Giving to someone is better than throwing away. God bless.

  9. It is still very common to take food to the sick in especially Utah and Idaho, but also Montana, Wyoming, etc.. and in much of the country yet, even if not in the Judge's area.

  10. I was thinking about the judge's philosophy of finding inspiring stories among the simplicity of the cases he has to deal with. And suddenly it occurred to me that with Mr Rogers they would have been wonderful neighbors.

  11. I remember a gang of young guys, including myself, would gather together and shovel an old woman's driveway whenever it snowed. She had no car and lived alone and we did it in case an emergency ever arrived. 911 responders, an ambulance or whoever would have quick access to her house. That was back in the 1980's. I was in my early thirties then. There was around 6-8 people that would help out. It was fun and because so many helped out, we always got the job done in 15 minutes or so. Always remember the elderly in the wintertime.

  12. Do a follow up with the officer that wrote the ticket. I want to know why he was compelled to give such a citation

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