- A woman had given up on finding love after being disabled but life had other plans
- She revealed that she has found true love and her husband stood by her despite his friends and family being against the relationship
- Facebook users were touched by the heart-warming story and were glad to see that true love still exists
Lutendo Serumula Wa Peekay took to Facebook to share her story of love. What makes her situation unique is that she had actually given up on love after becoming disabled.
She had believed that nobody would come into her life and love her with her disability. However, that all changed when she met Mr Serumula, who loved her for who she was.
In her post in the #ImStaying group, she reveals that some people, his friends and family, were against her relationship but she said he stood beside her and loved her and her daughter.
"I used to believe in love way back until I became disabled, that's when I gave up on love. Believed that no one would love me as long as am living with a disability until he came to my life and loved me with my disability.
"Some of his friend and family were against our relationship but he stood beside me and love me for who I am. He loved me and my daughter and my disability and God blessed us with another two kids. Today (29.12.2020) we celebrate our second wedding anniversary... #amstaying because of him Mr Serumula."
Here is what Mzansi had to say about the happy couple:
"Happy anniversary. May the Lord bless you'll with many more beautiful years together."
"Ooooh wow, true love still exists indeed, to God be the glory."
Yellowbone Ya Kwa Mshengu:
"Happy anniversary dear, you may see yourself as disabled but to God you're able and by giving that special man shows his love for you."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Musa E Zulu shared his inspiring story to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently. Musa will be celebrating his 49th birthday tomorrow, 10 December and has spent 25 years of his life in a wheelchair.
Musa was left paralysed from his waist down at the age of 23 due to a horrific car accident but has not allowed his disability to rule his life. Musa said he feels blessed to be able to continue living after the car accident.
Musa spoke about being inspired by role models who have disabilities of their own. He spoke specifically of late US singer, Teddy Pendergrass.
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