Daryl Lindsey
December 28, 2016 1:27 pm
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Take the subway in Brooklyn, and you just might come across an 11-year-old boy offering “Emotional Advice” for $2 to stressed out New Yorkers.

Ciro Ortiz, known by many as “Emotional Advice Kid,” sets up shop every Sunday in various spots across Brooklyn to offer the 5-minute advice sessions for $2 a pop.

According to Upworthy, Oritz can make up to $50 on a good day – but he doesn’t keep it for himself. He uses the money to help pay for school lunches for classmates who can’t afford them.

 Oritz is clearly wise beyond his years – and already understands the importance of lending a listening ear. We all could learn a thing or two from him.
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