My grandparents visited the sick, showed their granddaughters Love instead of using lots of words, offered a listening ear with a kind word of wisdom & a hot meal; yet both died alone in many ways. This story makes me wonder who will be there for that man who cared for his mother when he is
old. For it seems in my life, living here in America, people only care for people when they are paid cash money.
This story also makes me forget about my many fears of going to check on my mother whose health has been compromised.
Thank you for sharing this story and the comments that followed. For I, too, am distant from my mother, siblings & family (ex-husband & adult children). Each seem to have unresolved hurts that I unknowingly may have caused.
Blessings & Peace be with You
I really loved your story this year, its very touching and it warms up my heart as well and I have gentle soul in the inside and warm on the outside. Also I’m very closed to my mother.
Thank you very much and God Bless You
This illustration is an example of what empathy and love can do and the power of compassion is always strong in those that are aware of it. There is nothing more important than life and once understood you can really reach out with the truth that has always been inside of you because the more that you reach in the more you will reach out. Compassion, truth and tolerance will never need reprimand.
What a beautiful story in a seemingly very difficult time in our physical world. It is delightful to lift our spirits with this inspiring story. Thank you!
I love that story. What a great man he was.
It’s beautiful when child or children care for their parents life that.
My mother has been living with us for 8 years and will be 100 August 19 and I and my wife of 51 years will take care of her until God calls her to heaven. I truly love all that your company stand for and I ask The God of heaven to bless you and your mission .