- A widower father was blown away by an amazing gift from his neighbour
- He was raising his son alone after his wife passed shortly after the boy's birth
- His neighbour wrote a touching letter, acknowledging what an amazing father he is
Lunga Addonis took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to share an amazing story about a touching gift from his neighbour.
He revealed that his wife had passed shortly after giving birth to their son who he was raising alone.
Recently, things have been very hard for him, being a single dad and unemployed. He was blown away by his neighbour who had given him a gift of money and a touching letter. which read:
"Neighbor I know how hard it has been for you but you never gave your son for adoption or gave him to family members, you are raising him alone and you are doing a very good Job, I respect you as a man, here is something little, buy your son something for Christmas."
Here is his full story:
"Today I had my I'm staying moment, so my wife passed away few months ago just after she gave birth to our son,she never got a chance of holding him, as broken as I was I had to be strong to raise our Son alone, as if that pain alone was not enought, a month later I lost my Job and things were extremely hard for me, being a new single father to a newborn and be unemployed."
"Its been a very stressful moment but I kept pushing for my son."
"I cry ,wipe tears and soldier on."
"So Today my neighbor came to my house with this envelope and said:"
"Neighbor I know how hard it has been for u but u never gave your son for adoption or gave him to family members, u are raising him alone and you are doing a very good Job, I respect u as a man, here is something little ,buy your son something for Christmas."
"I was so surprised and grateful I really wasn't expecting this, it may be little to other people but to me and my son it means a lot,a whole lot."
"For neighbours like Mrs Ntuli #im staying"
"She is on this group by the way."
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She also excitedly shared that she can now add the "Dr" prefix to her name. Dr Shabangu shared four images online. Three images of herself and one of her new scrubs, name badge and stethoscope.
The young graduate received a crazy amount of love and support from proud South Africans.
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