Recounts the influential Jewish scholar and teacher Hillel. Hillel was born privileged but took a vow of poverty, living simply and studying the bible. He gained a following against the backdrop of Roman Judea and his teaching remain influential today.
The Spanish Inquisition accuses an elderly woman of heresy on four counts, and she doesn't understand what she's accused of. They attempt to get her confession by "torturing" her with cushions and a comfy chair.
A man displays multiple instances of being uncourteous towards those around him until an elderly woman expects him to help her cross the street. After this encounter, the man becomes more chivalrous and imposes a similar situation on another man whom he notices is also indifferent.
An elderly woman wants to eat her cookies in peace but is soon disturbed by a teenager who eats right out of her cookie bag. Little does she know that she was actually eating his cookies, and he was sharing with her.