- Two best friends have warmed the hearts of South Africans with their inspirational relationship
- The boy and girl are besties and spend all day together entertaining each other, and like many kids, they don't see race
- Andriette Gore posted a pic of her daughter and Siah, her friend, saying that the two keep each other busy
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Andriette Gore posted moving series of pictures on Facebook of two adorable friends. The photos are so cute that they have stolen the hearts of Facebook users across South Africa.
The photo are captioned with a message about how Andriette's daughter is kept busy by her friend, Siah, next door. Andriette is currently battling cancer and the extra help from Siah is appreciated.
The post was uploaded to the Facebook group #ImStaying and quickly went viral for obvious reasons.
"My little princess with her bestie Siah (right next door). I have aggressive cancer and my neighbours help me so much with keeping Kay busy so I can rest. Other days, Siah and Kay are playing at our house."
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Facebook users flooded the post with comments about the two adorable friends:
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"So glad you have someone right next door to be there for you. May you and your family and that family be blessed."
"We serve a miracle-working God. We pray the healing Blood of Jesus over you."
"May God bless your neighbour abundantly as she continues to love and support you."
"Children don't see colour and gender unless they have been taught by parents. My elder son was the only white boy for a few years at Mooi River Primary, an excellent school. He was great friends with all the other boys. At pre-school he wanted to do ballet with the girls. I was OK with it but my husband said no."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that black and white kids whose friendship should be emulated have demonstrated to the world how racism should be eliminated.
Benjamin and Cayson had the opportunity of seeing each other for the first time since daycare closed, and when it was time for them to go to their respective homes, both friends became emotional and did not want to leave each other.
In a picture that was shared by a Facebook user, Jodi Lopiano, the kids could be seen embracing each other and refusing to let go.
Jodi captioned the picture: "This is Benjamin (son of friend Ashley Gieski) and his friend Cayson, who haven’t seen each other since daycare closed and got to see each other for some playtime and didn’t want to leave each other when it was time to go. It should always be this simple..."
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