- Tiffany Eckersley shared a sweet post dedicated to her mom's amazing compassion
- Tiffany spoke about how her mom respects everyone at the exact same level regardless of their job
- She shared an image of her mom serving breakfast to their wonderful house assistant on her birthday
Tiffany Lakin Eckersley warmed hearts all around when she shared a sweet picture of her mom and her house assistant. According to Tiffany's post on the #ImStaying group, her mom treats her house assistant as part of their family.
Tiffany's mom was cropped out of the image but the young lady stated that her mom served their sweet house assistant breakfast for her birthday. Tiffany also spoke about her mom's respect for everyone, no matter what their title is.
She credited her mother as her reason for staying in Mzansi.
Her full post read:
"Yesterday was our helper’s birthday and this is a picture of my mum serving her breakfast. Our helper has become apart of our family.
"My mum doesn’t know colour! And is referred to by everyone as Ma or Ol Lady. She is so selfless and gives everybody her best. She believes that the CEO and the cleaner should be respected the same and here she is showing it.
"I am staying because colour never mattered, we are all human."
Stayers loved the message of unity Tiffany shared in her post. Read some of their comments below:
Jennifer Ann Hamilton said:
"Your mom is right, that's how it should be, let's stand in unity together..."
Sandra Donnelly wrote:
"Priceless moments, God bless them both always."
Lynette Du Toit Ferguson commented:
"The look on this lovely lady's face is so precious. Happy birthday!"
Rirhandzu Na Thendo added:
"Your helper has a beautiful smile. Happy birthday to her!"
In other inspiring news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a grateful lady who thanked a stranger for paying for her son's school clothes. Zan Lantu shared the sweet story of a stranger purchasing clothes that were on layby at a Pep store in her area to the #ImStaying group on Facebook.
"At 13:38 today I received a phone call from a lady saying she is calling me from Pep in Newton Park. Someone has paid for my school clothes layby, I must bring my ID and just come in at Pep stores 4th Avenue to fetch my layby.
"I would like to thank the good Samaritan who paid for my son's school uniform. The excitement I felt when I received the call was tremendous that why #ImStaying. 2021 looks bright for my son as he turns 10yrs next month. Thanx to the lady, may God richly bless you," she wrote gratefully.
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