Ubuntu: Teen, 15, spends his time helping and caring for the elderly

Ubuntu: Teen, 15, spends his time helping and caring for the elderly

- A 15-year-old boy was hailed a hero for his amazing acts of kindness

- Romemylion Mitchell regularly goes out of his way to care for and show love to an elderly couple in need

- News of Mitchell’s goodwill spread like wildfire via social media and the young man’s kindness went viral

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A 15-year-old boy is loving his neighbours so much that he’s become an overnight hero as a result.

Romemylion Mitchell lives across the street from an elderly couple, who have experienced their fair share of medical conditions.

The couple’s daughter, Tiki Joyner Edwards, was so bowled over by the youngster’s kindness that she took to social media to share the story.

In turn, her story was shared by the Americans helping Americans group via Facebook.

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Mitchell visits his elderly neighbours daily to check on their well-being.

He often accompanies the husband to the store, carries the groceries and run other errands.

Edwards revealed Mitchell’s love for her parents when he got emotional when visiting her mother at hospital.

The appreciative daughter heaped praise on Mitchell and many other Facebook users quickly followed suit.

Briefly.co.za noted that Edwards’ post attracted more than 8 000 likes and hundreds of positive comments.

Ubuntu: Teen, 15, spends his time helping and caring for the elderly

Facebook: Americans helping Americans
Source: Facebook

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Brenda Kay Tracy commented, “What a wonderful young man who has a big heart.”
Nancy Scott responded: “Love has no bounds when it comes to children in their eyes.”
Phyllis Stone Harris added, “God still rules, no matter what this world shows us and gives us. My GOD still rules. Praise God.”
Joyce Ledford said, “Thank you to his parents for loving their son so much and teaching him to love others.”

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