It’s a story that’s as inspiring as it is heart-wrenching. We’ve heard about parents who never gave up on their kids, even if things seemed impossible but now this is about something that proves some children, despite being young, will go great lengths to help their parents as well.
Case in point, Gu Guang Zhao is merely 12 years old and yet he made a big decision to ensure that his ill mother will be cared for and that he’d do his part in helping raise the needed money for her treatment.
Gu Guang Zhao recently quit school so he can attend to his mother, who is dying from kidney failure.
Apparently, the boy wanted to focus helping his 40-year-old mother who badly needs a kidney transplant.
A top in student in school with many academic awards, Gu wrote his teacher to explain the situation.
Despite his young age, Gu began working to earn money for his mother’s medical needs.
According to reports, the family has so far raised 500,000 yuan (US$75,578) and incurred a debt of 100,000 yuan (US$15,115).
Unfortunately, the amount still isn’t enough, mainly because of the expensive daily dialysis. Their savings have already been exhausted as well.
Netizens were touched upon hearing the story and decided to lend a hand.
When Gu’s story gained some attention online, many Chinese netizens decided to help them raise money for the operation through a fundraising site. The boy, on the other hand, felt grateful and overwhelmed about it. In fact, he told his mom he wrote a list of everyone who helped them with the intention of repaying their kindness someday when he grows up.
For those interested to donate and help, head over to this site. We do hope Gu succeeds in saving his ill mom.
98-Year-Old Mom Moves Into Care Home To Look After 80-Year-Old Son
A mom’s love is unending…
A mother's love is unconditional and they are always there for their children no matter what. The story of a 98-year-old woman and her 80-year-old son is making the rounds on the internet. This proves that mothers do not stop caring for their children, even when they're already old.
Ada Keating moved into the nursing home where her son, Tom, stays to take care of him. The mother and son were inseparable since they lived together most of Tom's life since he never married.
Tom has been a resident at Moss View care home in Huyton, Liverpool since 2016.
5 Books You Should Read To Get Over A Breakup
Read your way to healing and moving forward.
Some endings are hurtful and some people struggle in bouncing back after a break up. There are different ways on how we cope with break up and books can offer some form of remedy.
There are times that there is no way to save a relationship that is once cherished by a couple. And there are cases wherein the separation is not amicable to both parties. Below are the five books that will guarantee to help you in moving on.
1. Why We Broke Up – Daniel Handler
The Kung Fu Nuns of Nepal – The World’s First Order of Martial Arts Sisters
These holy, deadly females hold black belts in Bruce Lee’s martial art.
People around the world associate nuns with women wearing concealing habits and long wimples. Little do they know that a small mountain nunnery in the hinterlands of Nepal house several dozens of sisters who practice a monastic way of life, but also something else.
This something else has little to do with modesty, chastity or prayers. Instead, it has turned over three hundred devout Buddhist practitioners into the most deadly women in the world.