- A young South African mother recently shared a touching story about her kind little boys on Facebook
- In the post, she explains how out of their own accord they decided to share the little food they had with their baby girl neighbour friend
- SA loved the sweet story, praising the boys and their mom for their kind spirits in the comment section,
A young local mom, Letitia C Kolesky recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a very touching story about how her two little boys decided to stretch their hands of kindness and share their food with their neighbour, an adorable little girl.
"Hi, Stayers. Can I please share my story! This was the most beautiful thing I have ever seen and to be honest, I can say my 2 toddler boys have taught me a lesson I will never forget in life.
"Me and my boys stay on a property with a few rooms due to a really tough time for us and hitting rock bottom we don't have a lot but today I have learned the happiness one gets after sharing your little is worth gold.
"Anyway, it was time for the boys to have something to eat and I took out their plates ready to dish out when I got handed a 3rd plate by my oldest boy of 5 years old. I calmly asked him why an extra plate, thinking it's one of those days that he just woke up deciding it's time for a change and the plate would be the first thing to go.
"But no I was told that I must please give his friend (Blessing) food also... I took the plate and stared at the food this won't be enough I thought so decided to share a little of our 3 plates my boy all excited ran to his friend and told her to come to eat!! And my heart just melted," she wrote.
She then ends the sweet post by writing how her kid's kind gesture thought her to be more loving, thoughtful, and considerate. Stayers had this to say about the sweet post:
Mhlengi Sbonelo Zikhali said:
"This is why Whitney's "THE GREATEST LOVE OF ALL" will forever be relevant...there are no artists nowadays who write such music. CHILDREN ARE OUR FUTURE, thanks for sharing."
Joanna Govender said:
"Blessings upon you and your house how we respond to our kid's requests is what determines their attitudes as they grow"
In similar touching Briefly.co.za news, a young woman, Hillary Sindie recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to thank a kind Engen petrol attendant that bought her a cold bottle of water after she herself could not afford to quench her thirst in the sweltering South African weather.
"Gentlemen like him give me hope!... With the hot temperatures, today and a long journey we had to drive with my sister, this Gentleman who works at Engen Garage Constantia Kloof offered to buy us water as if he knew how thirsty we were and had no money to even buy it!.
"Its normally expected from us to give them tips but he definitely changed the game... Thank you soo much, my brother, I forgot to take your name! #IamStaying Because of people like you...," she wrote.
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