- A proud man has taken to Facebook to share a picture of her mother at the beach
- According to the heartwarming Facebook post, this was his mother's first time experiencing the beauty of the ocean
- Facebookers reacted to the post over 14 000 times, also taking to the comment section to laud the man on fulfilling his mom's humble wish
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A proud local recently shared an extremely heartfelt post with Stayers in Facebook's ImStaying group. Along with a stunning picture, Modupi Madiehe Jr shared how he and his wife had just accompanied his hardworking mother to the beach for the very first time.
"I never saw my mother run before, well this woman worked hard for us. As a token of appreciation from my wife and my siblings. MY MOTHER always wanted to see the ocean, not anywhere else but at DURBAN. Achieved it, she's a Stayer too."
Stayers who loved seeing the beautiful picture post took to the comment section of the picture, which received over 14 000 likes, to share their thoughts with the proud man. Many of them applauded him for his lovely gesture. Read their thoughts below.
Marna Miller-Wepener said:
"A picture tells a thousand words!"
Wilma Appelgryn wrote:
"You go Mama! Love this... Well done for appreciating your mother."
Tswakae Mogorosi said:
"That's wonderful, appreciate her while she's alive."
Khathutshelo Ramashia Tsanwani wrote:
"She is one lucky woman, I've never been to the sea myself."
While Anne Benson Charnley wrote:
"Love that pic of your special mom. Well done to you all."
In more touching Briefly.co.za news, a young man has shared the inspirational story of how he managed to turn his private bedroom into an Art Studio. Driven by his passion for art and his determination to uplift his community, Sakumzi Nyendwana decided to take the leap and give up his personal space or a good cause.
Starting with his brother, Msindisi Nyendwana as his first art student, the two quickly turned the place into a wondrous showroom, filling it with art pieces that educated youngsters in the community on the countries rich background.
It also became a beautiful place to visit for those in the community who had an interest in art but no money to visit expensive art museums and art studios. Making use of recycled things found at scrapyards and dumpsites, the brothers lit up their little art studio.
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