Man's Worst Fear: Losing Mom Before Being Able to Show Her "Soft Life"

Man's Worst Fear: Losing Mom Before Being Able to Show Her "Soft Life"

- A young South African man recently headed online to share a heartbreaking post about his biggest fears

- According to his post, the young man fears losing his mother before he is able to spoil her rotten

- Many South Africans could evidently relate and were soon in the comment section sharing their thoughts

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The amount of children waiting patiently to thank their parents for everything they did for him is unbelievably high. A son recently headed online to speak about both his worst fear and all the things he would love to do for his mother.

Man's Worst Fear: Losing Mom Before Being Able to Show Her "Soft Life"
This young man does not want to lose his mom. Images: @_ShaunKeyz/Unsplash
Source: Twitter

In his post, the young guy with the Twitter handle, @_ShaunKeyz shares that the only thing he fears the most in life is losing his mother before being able to show her all the nice things she deserves in life.

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"My biggest fear is losing the person who raised me while I haven't given her a soft life," he wrote sadly in the post.

Many locals could completely relate and were soon sharing their thoughts about his fears in the comment section. Read a few of their comments below:

@Amber_r3d said:

"Just few months after graduation, your fear became my reality... All the nice things I had planned."

@Amanda_burgundy said:

"That fear for me turned into a reality sooner than I anticipated."

@Maria84384546 said:

"Sometimes I even wish to go and wake her up, give her the soft life with the little that I have, mara eish impilo ayifani ne life."

@ScanaRostova said:

"Eish bro, you cannot recover from such loss, it feels like you owe an ever outstanding debt."

In other Briefly News, your past does not affect your future. Or maybe it does but in a positive way? Take a look at most guys who grew up in poverty. Often, they pull through and make it to the top like the kings and queens they are.

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They claw themselves to the top of the ladder because they know that staying down or out of the game is not an option. That is simply a risk they are willing to take.

A daughter did not grow up in a fancy mansion with workers swarming every corner. No, she was brought up in a mud-walled home in the village. But that moulded her into a determined woman who knew too well that one day, she had to say thank you to her folks one way or another. The woman with humble beginnings built a breathtaking brick-walled house to replace her parents’ old residence.

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