La Vergüenza: In "Shame", a father who had previously rejected his AIDS-stricken son shares with a friend that he has repented and wants to ask his son for forgiveness.
El Gol: "The Goal" tells the story of Pedrito and his family at a soccer game invite a reluctant Juan, who receives little support from his parents, to join them for a celebration.
La Guitarra: "The Guitar". A neighbor's intervention helps a father recognize the musical talent and need for recognition of his 13-year-old son.
La Bendición: In "The Blessing" a grandmother, through love and prayer, leads her grandson to reconsider his ways and to leave a gang.
Como Tú y Papá: "Like you and Dad" asks parents to ask themselves if they are dedicating enough time to their kids.
Tia Julia: "Tia Julia" asks those who are frustrated that they should learn from their mistakes and seek reconciliation.
Luisito: "Luisito" heralds the importance of welcoming a new child into the family.
Solo Me Caí: In "I Just Fell Down" a recently divorced mother admits to a friend that she is physically abusing her daughter.