A house without windows, the house of the world, has Good Will and his child companion shut out. Walls keep him shut out, but inside a young family feel the stress of discontentment. Closets full, but not appreciated, kids who whine for Christmas gifts, but what will happen when Good Will comes knocking at the door? The parents barely remember him. Can they pass on to the kids who Good Will is?
Walls begin falling, and it’s time to visit other families. Walls of selfishness and greed crumble, as Good Will goes calling with his child companion. Can Good Will really bring happiness? Learning who your fellow man is, and how to help them can crumble the wall of greed and poverty. The power of giving transforms the greedy family, as the wall of poverty falls.
There’s still one more wall for Good Will to tear down, the wall of intolerance. What brings discontent in this home? Ruling as a tyrant, keeping isolated, and uncaring for others. Will they learn to take action, and empathize with the pain of others? Being selfless, and willing to serve crumbles yet another wall.