- A picture of a helpful little girl helping her blind grandpa navigate his way into a house has been shared online
-- In the phot, the little one takes the elderly man by his hand and carefully leads him inside while he trails behind her
-Man absolutely loved the heartwarmingness of it all, also swooning over the little girl in the comment section
The innocence that children possess is priceless and can often be used as a shining example of how the world should be operating. A young South African toddler recently proved this to be true after she was picture helping her blind grandpa.
The heartwarming picture was shared in Facebook's ImStaying by her mom who was extremely proud of her two-year-old little helper who decided all on her own to help her blind grandpa get into the house.
"Grandfather (88years) and daughter (2 years). Due to old age my grandfather lost his sight and this little fellow here is helping the old man to navigate his way to the kitchen door. Because of her Ubuntu spirit, I am staying," wrote the proud mom.
Mzansi had this to say:
Jabu Muhlohlonyi said:
"This is powerful beyond words.
Emmanuel Rampheri said:
"Tough woman in the making."
Baronice Andrews said:
"Sweeter than this it does not get!!!"
Iona Langenhoven van Tonder said:
"Now ain't that soooo sweeeeet."
Siphiwe Nzuza said:
"It shows how insightful little munchkins are. I love her confidence. Short and sweet."
Mirriam Motang said:
"This is beautiful. My niece was inseparable with my father, reminds me of their bond."
In other Briefly.co.za news, being blessed with the chance to stay on Earth with your mother for one hundred years is very rare. A young South African man, Mikhael Avzal Ismail, is making sure he does not take the blessing for granted, he proved this after recently taking to Facebook's ImStaying to share a sweet post about his old lady.
The post includes a picture of the two of them after taking her daily walk around the residential complex where she lives. In the post, he also includes that the two of them had practised Covid-19 safety regulations.
"Taking my beautiful almost 100-year-old mom for her daily walk through the complex. Yes she did have her mask with her in case you were wondering," wrote the proud young son.
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