Connect with us


Old Man Walks Several Miles Everyday to Beg Food for His Disabled Daughters

An old man living in a remote village in the Philippines finds the strength to overcome obstacles for the sake of his kids.

Faye Williams





Frances Baena is a guy who is affiliated with a non-government organization called Canada for Negros. In the course of doing projects in the rural village in the province of Negros Oriental in the Philippines, he encountered a poor old man whose devotion to his family was truly inspiring.

Frances and his companions encountered the old man in a village called Tiguid Ayungon in Negros Oriental, a province located in the Visayas region. Visayas happens to be one of the three main islands of the Philippines.

Frances recalled that the old man was known to some residents in the village as “Tatay Arunting.” “Tatay” is a word that means “father” in Filipino. When they asked the old man his age, he told them that he already forgot.

Tatay Arunting lived away from the center of the village. His home was actually up in the mountains. It turns out that it took him 30 minutes just to go down from the elevated area. Then, he had to walk for several miles to the center of the village, where he often begged for food or anything that people could spare. Then, Tatay Arunting would have to make the long journey back home. Again, he had to trek back up the mountain to get to his house.

It's a tough journey for the old man.

Frances was further touched when he found out why Tatay Arunting was committed to making the challenging journey everyday. It turns out that he had two disabled adult daughters living at home. Since his wife had already died, he was their only caregiver.

Tatay Arunting's daughters need medical attention.

Frances decided to accompany Tatay Arunting back to his humble abode. What he saw really made him feel determined to help out the old man who was so devoted to his daughters. He called members of Canada for Negros and other Good Samaritans to help improve Tatay Arunting’s situation.

Soon after Frances uploaded his videos of Tatay Arunting and his daughters, help — both in cash and in kind — poured in for them.

Watch the heartwarming story:

Like Logo on Facebook

According to a report by Definite Filipino, a house located closer to the center of the village was built for the family. There were also people who volunteered to carry Tatay Arunting’s daughters from their home so they could seek medical treatment.

View Comments


Why Denmark Has the Best Work-Life Balance in the World

Fewer work hours, more vacation—and yet they are more productive than most countries.

Anne Dominguez



In most countries, working long hours or until late-night has always been the trend. However, in Denmark, working fewer hours is actually normal. Still, you'd be surprised to know that they are considered more productive than most of countries in the European Union or even the United States. So what’s the catch?

Apparently, Danes prioritize life over work. On average, Danes only spend one-thirds of their time working. They work 37 hours per week and they get a designated lunch break, a minimum five weeks of paid vacation plus extended and paid parental leave, as well as incentives for child care. They are also given the option to work on flexible schedules or to work from home.

Denmark's model of work-life balance proves time does not determine productivity.

Continue Reading


Fearless Iraqi Soldier Infiltrates ISIS In A James Bond-Like Way

This guy deserves to be immortalized in the Hall of Heroes.




An Iraqi soldier just won the hearts of many after infiltrating enemy lines on a mission that could have caused him his life. He has since been given the nickname the “Lion of Mosul.”

Using only a smock and scarf – and an AK-47, too! – Mohammed Qasim, 25 years of age, risked everything to infiltrate the enemy. His exploit led to the discovery of key machine gunners and, more importantly, sniper nests.

Mohammed Qasim helped win the war at Mosul by infiltrating the ISIS fanatics.

Continue Reading


High Schooler Runs £50,000-A-Year Tuck Shop Business In Schools From Contraband Treats

A 15-year-old boy opened his tuck shop empire in three schools in London using contraband goods and has been making £50,000 a year out of it.

Donna Marie Padua



While most teenagers are busy living their lives carelessly, a 15-year-old boy from London is pretty much pre-occupied by the business he started which is extremely shocking at his age.

Credits should be given though to his entrepreneurial strategies where he opened not just one but three tuck shops in three different schools in London.

Nathan John-Baptiste wows the world with his young entrepreneurial stints that earned him £5,000 savings.

Continue Reading