Each one of us has our own struggles in life. Be it a stressful job, ballooning bills to pay, or the increasing amount of money needed to support the whole family. Sometimes, we cannot help but be overwhelmed and feel that the burden placed upon us is far too heavy to carry.
For Syed Abdul Ghani, that burden is not only figuratively, but literally, heavy.
Ghani is an old man from Peshawar, Pakistan who has to carry a sack of flour weighing 100 kilograms every day for just $3. He is doing this to earn a living for his family. Day in and day out, he carries the sack of flour on his back, so that he can put food on his family’s table.
Watch the video below for his story:
So before we go about complaining how difficult our lives are, let us first pause and reflect and be thankful for what we have. As the saying goes, “Tough times do not last; tough people do.”
Touching Photo of Last Veteran Marching Alone In Parade Goes Viral
I just want to give this guy a hug!
Originally taken by photographer Aleksandr Petrosyan and uploaded on Imgur three years ago by Imgurian Korolyeva, this touching photo of a World War II veteran marching alone in Russia’s Victory Day Parade has recently resurfaced online.
The said image has been making the rounds on various websites and on social media lately as netizens have been moved by its simple but powerful message. As of this writing, the Imgur photo has already been viewed more than 2 million times.
The unnamed Russian veteran can be seen wearing several of his medals, holding a balloon and some flowers while wiping tears away from his eye....
Amazing Transformation And Story Of An Anorexia Survivor Who Is Now A Bodybuilder.
What she has to say is just as awe-inspiring as her transformation.
Aroosha Nekonam was told by her doctor that she would need a wheelchair to get around because she was too weak and her heart might fail. Her hair was falling out and she was losing almost half of her body weight.
That was her story years ago when she was still struggling from a serious eating disorder commonly known as 'anorexia.' From being anorexic, Nekonam was able to transform and turn her life around. The 25-year-old law graduate from Aberdeen, Scotland is now a fitness instructor and competes as a bodybuilder.
For the National Eating Disorders Awareness month, she recently confessed about her previous battles in a tell-all YouTube video. Wanting to shed some light about such compelling issue, Nekonam shares her story to inspire and help those with the same condition as she had....
The Heartwarming Last Words of Brave Soldier Who Called In Airstrike To Wipe Out ISIS
A true hero indeed…
Not all heroes wear capes and spandex – some of them don military uniforms. Such as in the case of a brave man now known on the internet as the Russia ‘Rambo’ who recently sacrificed his own life to wipe out members of ISIS on his location in Syria.
Soldier Alexander Prokhorenko stayed in touch with the Russian Special Forces while he was surrounded by ISIS ‘bastards.’ At one point, he was low on ammunition as he attempted to hold off gunfire. He was told by his commander to get to safety before they sent Russian warplanes to bomb the area but his response surprised them: “conduct the air strike now.”