Dhar Mann is a popular You Tuber and motivational speaker. His videos not only tell stories but change lives as well.
Who is Carl Judie?
Carl Judie is a native of Lubbock, Texas and is best known for being an actor for A True Menstrual Show (2020) and Dhar Mann (2018).
Carl is one of the most famous of the Dhar Mann actors as he frequently played the role of the dad, grandpa or the homeless person.
Carl was beloved by the Dhar Mann audience and it was a big blow to the Dhar Mann fanbase when he died on February 14, 2021 due to complications from Covid-19.
Husband's Unconditional Love For His Wife
Carl plays the husband who visits his wife everyday despite her not recognizing who he is due to Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia and affects brain function. It causes memory loss and the loss of the ability to carry on a conversation and respond to the environment. It affects thought, memory and language.
In 2020, 5.8 million Americans had Alzheimer’s disease.
The husband would try to engage in activities with his wife. He would read her a book, play a board game with her and feed her.
The janitor notices that the husband talks to this woman who does not recognize him.
The husband explains that the woman is his wife and has Alzheimer’s disease.
The story teaches about unconditional love where you love others exactly as they are without any rules or expectations.
His Wife Is In A Coma, He Sings To Her Everyday
This is perhaps the most memorable Dhar Mann video Carl appeared in.
Carl is a veteran who came back from the war (presumably The Vietnam War).
He hears a girl singing You Are My Sunshine by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell. He then approaches the girl and falls in love with her.
The two end up getting married.
Unfortunately, due to the war, the veteran suffers from Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This causes him to have frequent nightmares.
His wife would often sing "You Are My Sunshine" to calm him down.
This is part of the song that was sung in the video.
You Are My Sunshine
My only sunshine.
You make me happy
When skies are grey.
You’ll never know, dear,
How much I love you.
Please don’t take my sunshine away
The wife prepares for their 30th wedding anniversary and unfortunately slips on the floor and hits her head.
The veteran finds her unconscious and brings her to the hospital.
The wife ends up being in a coma.
The veteran visits her everyday and sings "You Are My Sunshine" everyday for the next few months. On the ninth month, the wife eventually wakes up.
The story teaches about unconditional love where you love people through the good times and the bad and through sickness and health.
Poor Dad Has No Money On Christmas Eve, Ending Is Shocking
Christmas is the worst time to be out of money especially if you have a kid.
Carl Judie plays the role of a father, Walter, who badly needs money to pay rent, buy Christmas dinner and get a gift for his daughter.
He tries to raise money through selling Christmas trees.
Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, many people are either not in the mood or in a position to buy Christmas trees.
The daughter, Charlie, then has this idea to give away the trees as Christmas is not about receiving but about giving.
Walter and Charlie then give away the trees to several people.
When the trees were gone, the Walter and Charlie went back home.
The father was sad as he didn't have any money to pay for the rent, buy food or buy a gift for his daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank then come to his house and bring them food. Mr. Frank tells the dad how much the Christmas tree meant to them as his wife has cancer and they were not in the mood to celebrate and the Christmas tree meant a lot to them.
Cynthia, the old lady, then stops by to give a gift to Walter's daughter, Charlie.
Cynthia says she lost her daughter and she always gave her a sweater when she was alive. She is giving the sweater to Charlie instead and thanks him for the tree.
Hank, the landlord, comes knocking and tries to evict Walter. Hank's wife sees Hank and recognizes Walter. Walter had given her a Christmas tree and this helped save their marriage.
Hank then tears the eviction notice and forgives the rent.
The moral lesson for this video is that Christmas is not about receiving but about giving.
Landlord Evicts Poor Grandpa On Christmas, Instantly Regrets It
Clyde Lawrence was in a tough bind right now. He does not have money and it is Christmas Eve.
Unfortunately, the pandemic has caused a lot of people to lose their jobs or close their businesses.
Clyde's granddaughter is hungry and they do not have anything to eat.
The sheriff knocks on their door and serves them an eviction notice.
Adam Jackson, the landlord, tells Clyde that he is two months behind on rent and he has to go.
Clyde pleads Adam to not go through with the eviction as it is Christmas Eve.
Mary Jackson, Clyde's mother, sees what is going on and pleads her son not to go through with the eviction.
She explains that they were in a similar situation before and the landlord forgave their rent and allowed them to stay rent-free for a few more months.
She told Adam that she was a single mom and worked a low-paying job and eventually lost that job.
Adam has a change of heart and decides not to go through with the eviction and give Clyde additional time.
Mary recognized Clyde and she tells Adam that Clyde was the landlord that helped them.
Mary invites Clyde and his granddaughter for Christmas dinner and Adam hires Clyde as a property manager.
The moral of the story is to "pay it forward."
Son Forgets His Promise To Always Take Care Of His Dad
Carl Judie plays Earl Smith Johnson, a father who is gravely ill.
His son arrives and puts his favorite Fruit Loops cereal on his chest.
Earl was in such bad shape that he could not feed himself and causes food to spill all over.
The son gets pissed and is annoyed he is stuck taking care of his dad and his dad is making a big mess. He says he could be somewhere else but is stuck taking care of his dad.
Earl eventually dies and his son discovers Earl's journal.
He reads it and it shows that the happiest day in Earl's life was when he was feeding his son. His son was not in the mood and made a big mess but he was okay with it. His son promised that when his dad was old that he would feed him.
The son is regretting the way he acted towards his dad but it is too late.
The moral lesson is "don't take the time you have with your parent for granted because one day they won't be around anymore.
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