- A young man recently took to Twitter to share that he lost his mom on Tuesday morning this week
- In the heartbreaking post, he also shared beautiful pictures of his mother before her death
- Locals were left moved by the post, many of them heading to the comment section to share their condolences with him
Losing a loved one is an indescribable feeling. A young South African man, @Shoun_B, recently headed to Twitter to share the news that he had lost his beautiful mother on Tuesday morning this week.
"My life has come to a complete standstill. I lost my mom earlier this morning," he sadly captioned two beautiful pictures of his mom.
The post quickly blew up, reaching over 8 000 likes from Twitter users who undoubtedly resonated with the painful feelings that come with losing someone close to you. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their condolences and messages of support with the young man.
Read a few of their messages below.
"When your moms passes away, she becomes the blessing on your life and your life will never be the same now because all that you wished for will be in your hand: Thats how mothers become spiritually powerful when not in the flesh."
"I don't like seeing such posts because the thought of losing my mom gives me anxiety attacks. I am so sorry, may her soul rest."
"Oh, yhini Asisipho. I am deeply saddened and I send you and yours my most heartfelt condolences."
In similar heartbreaking news, Briefly.co.za reported that losing a partner can be very difficult. A heartbroken South African man with the Twitter handle @xhanti_m recently took to Twitter to celebrate what would have been his 10-year anniversary.
"Today would have been our 10th year anniversary," he captioned the touching Twitter post.
Soon moved South African Twitter users took to the comment section to sympathise with him. Each of them shared kind words and messages of support. Read a few of their encouraging words below.
"The hardest thing about losing someone you truly love is that the love you have for them doesn't die with them, sending you hugs. Light and healing."
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