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LOOK: Devoted Father Backpacks Child in a Carrier While Working, Earns Praise

Fatherhood Level 9999!


“That was when the world wasn’t so big and I could see everywhere. It was when my father was a hero and not a human.” ― Markus Zusak, I Am the Messenger

Putting food on the table, giving their children valuable guidance and support – these roles of a father are only the tip of the iceberg. There is definitely more to being a dad than we know. They have sacrificed a lot without asking for anything in return, except maybe to see their respective families happy and well.

We have so much respect for fathers out there, that’s why our hearts were deeply moved when we saw these photos of a father carrying his child with him at work.

The unknown man had his child slung on his back while carrying 50 kg sacks.

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Judging by the looks of it, what he’s doing is miles far from easy!

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He persevered despite the obvious difficulty.

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All for his child.

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Some netizens did not agree with what the father did as this may have exposed the child to the potential dangers in the father’s working environment. However, more people took the father’s side, stating that it was probably a better and safer choice as opposed to leaving the child alone.

Unfortunately, no contact information about the father and child are available for people who wish to extend their help, although a Vietnamese site is said to host more photos of the duo.

But whoever this man is and wherever he may be, we salute you for making sure that your child is safe! And while we see this father as role model, we will not be surprised if his child sees him as a hero.


20 of the Most Heartwarming Family Portraits Ever

The family is indeed “one of nature’s masterpieces.”

Perhaps nothing is more important in this world than our families. As popular philosopher and author George Santayana once eloquently put, it is “one of nature’s masterpieces.”

Indeed, many of us consider our respective families as our most precious possessions. All of us belong to one and while it is true that no family is perfect, no one loves us better than those we call our own.

So it is with great joy that we present to you this heartwarming collection of portraits featuring several multi-generational families. In a time when traditional families are getting mocked by the world, it’s just refreshing to see these touching photos.

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Vendor Gets Moved To Tears After A Generous Stranger Purchased All Her Flowers

Truly heartwarming. This guy has to be the nicest stranger ever!

It’s always heartwarming when we see examples of kindness demonstrated in unexpected ways. Such as in this footage where we see a flower vendor on a New York subway gets the surprise of her life when a stranger walked up to her and bought all her roses.

Uploaded on YouTube with the title ‘Miracle on the 6 train today,’ the heartwarming footage has captured the man’s act of genuine generosity. He approached the vendor asking for the price of the roses and the vendor explained they’re a dollar each or $11 for a dozen. She likewise mentioned she has 140 flowers and the man immediately said “I'll give you $140 for the whole thing.”

Obviously surprised by the offer, the woman laughed awkwardly but the man wasn’t kidding at all.

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Aussie Tourist Thanks Filipino Hotel Room Attendant For Returning $4,900 He Left Behind

Robert Nay — a 65-year-old Aussie tourist — praised Filipino hotel room attendant Jayward Comendador for returning the $4,900 he had left behind.

It's been said that money makes the world go round. However, at least one Aussie tourist would probably contradict that and cite his experience at a hotel in the Philippines.

Robert Nay, a 65-year-old Australian traveler, recently stayed at a hotel in the town of Mabalacat in Pampanga, a province in the Central Luzon region of the Philippines. Mabalacat is about an hour's drive away from the country's capital city of Manila.

Mabalacat, Pampanga is about an hour's drive from Manila.

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