- A nonagenarian in the Czech Republic has wowed social media users after a small village was transformed into her art gallery
- The 91-year-old creative woman has been commended on Facebook after her photos were shared by Epicalyptic
- In recent times, elderly people have been showcasing their amazing talents, letting the world know that they may be old but not idle
Agnes Kasparkova, a 91-year-old woman in the Czech Republic, has turned a small village into an art gallery.
The elderly woman has shown the world that being old does not deprive people of their creativity.
In the photos that were shared on Facebook by Epicalyptic, the nonagenarian could be seen painting the wall of a building in the village.
Facebook users were impressed with Agnes' beautiful work and didn't hesitate to praise her in the comment section.
While some commended her beautiful works with emojis and stickers, others simply wrote how they felt about the art.
John Firestone said:
Viviana Benzo wrote:
Vanessa Milden commented:
Just like Agnes, another elderly person recently displayed amazing talent and got people inspired on social media. The grandpa, who is 90 years old, built a model, working helicopter.
In a video that has gone viral, the elderly man can be seen flying the chopper and landing it safely as many people gathered to watch.
Sharing the video on Facebook, Emmanuel Isaac's wrote:
"This grandpa, almost 90 years old built a helicopter."
Social media users were impressed with the invention and soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on it.
Junaid Ajibola wrote:
"This is great. Even at that old age he still managed to demonstrate the workability of the helicopter and put it on flight. It's amazing. God bless you grandpa."
In more inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a beautiful young South African woman, Ingrid Josephs, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartwarming post about how she and her family offered an old man a ride after spotting him walking in the street.
"We gave this sweet man a lift home from shops,on our way he kept on asking whether we know him, I replied you don't have to know someone to be kind! He kept on thanking us, he couldn't believe that you still get such nice people, when we dropped him off he asked if he can pray, he asked God to keep us safe," she wrote.
Locals were left moved by the sweet post and quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts.
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