A mother’s love is the greatest thing in the world. No matter what, she will make a way to take care of her children, even if they’re all grown-up already.
When we need help, she’s the one who will face the odds just to come to our aid. A 70-year-old mother in Singapore has proven that a mother’s unconditional love can’t be replaced.
She travels two hours each day to visit and bring food to her widowed daughter, only to get cold treatment.
Her daughter would not open the door and sometimes, the poor lady is seen by neighbors knocking for hours, pleading to come inside. It was reported that her daughter never left her flat since her husband died. Concerned about her daughter, she travels every day just to make sure her daughter have something to eat.
The neighbors at Bedok Reservoir Road HDB in Singapore saw the woman knock for hours and told her that the owner might not be around. However, the old lady was certain that her daughter is inside and won’t open the door because she is grieving the loss of her husband. Each day, the mother would arrive at 4 p.m. and leave at 6 p.m., with food on her hand.
It has been going around for three years now.
The old lady said:
“She hasn’t been leaving the house by herself ever since her husband’s death. If I don’t come over, how would she get food for herself?”
Sometimes, the daughter would open the door.
One time, they saw the old woman rest on a bench outside the building. She returned at 6 p.m. and knocked again. This time, a skinny and frail woman can be seen by the doorway. The old woman happily hands the food to her daughter and chats for a while, even if her daughter barely responds. After about 30 minutes, she bids goodbye and leaves happily.
We sure hope the daughter realizes the sacrifice of her mother to ensure she’s okay.
Homeless Drug Addict Gets Amazing Transformation After His Childhood Friend Rescued Him
His story proves that kindness can change people for good.
If you have ever seen Patrick Hinga several years ago, you definitely wouldn’t recognize him now. He was once a homeless man in the town of Wangige, Kenya. He survived by begging for money and eating decayed food. He was also addicted to drugs.
Fortunately, he was rescued by a former classmate who saw him on the streets. Now everyone is just amazed at his inspiring transformation story!
Patrick Hinga was once a homeless drug addict until Wanja Mwaura recognized him.
Teacher From Ghana Draws Microsoft Word on Chalkboard to Teach Students
Due to lack of resources and access, this teacher thought of an improvised way of teaching ICT to his students.
A Facebook post has recently gone viral after it captured the hearts of many people. The post features a Ghana teacher who shows odd and improvised methods of teaching ICT (Information and Communications Technology). And just how unusual is it? Well, he does it without a computer.
Originating from Kumasi, Ghana, Owura Kwadwo teaches ICT in a rural farming community. The latter, unfortunately, suffers from lack of basic tools and resources for the field. According to him, every teacher in this world “has a way of presenting his subject to his students.” Teaching information technology without a computer is his way, apparently.
Owura Kwadwo is a teacher in Ghana and is gaining online popularity thanks to his unusual way of teaching MS Word.
“If You’re Still Poor At 35, You Deserve It!” – Jack Ma
You are poor because you have no ambition.
Most people wonder how come certain persons achieve so much success in life while they are still struggling to make ends meet. I’m sure you already read a lot of books and articles written by successful people about some “keys” to success. Most of them sounds easy but you still find it hard to implement in your life. According to this guy, ambition is very important.
You are poor because you have no ambition – Jack Ma Founder of Alibaba.com
Before I founded Alibaba, I invited 24 friends to my house to discuss the business opportunity. After discussing for a full two hours, they were still confused — I have to say that I may not have put myself across in a clear manner then. The verdict: 23 out of the 24 people in the room told me to drop the idea, for a multitude of reasons, such as: ‘you do not know anything about the internet, and more prominently, you do not have the start-up capital for this’ etc etc....