PWD Sampaguita Vendor Touches Hearts Of Netizens

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Laziness is one of mankind’s ugliest traits, especially when looking for a job. Some of us just wait for a miracle to happen, when it is so easy to find ways to earn a living when you have an able body.

But what if you don’t?

Recently, photos from the page “Viral News Today” on Facebook has become a hot topic on social media.


In the photos, an old man on barefoot and with an amputated leg sells sampaguita in the rain. With the help of crutches, he was able to help lift himself up.

But despite earning just a little, he does not seem to mind as what he is doing is decent and honorable.

In fact, he was caught in the rain while selling sampaguita on the road.

A lot of netizens are touched and moved by the photos of Tatay. Even though the photos are heartbreaking, netizens could not help but admire the old man for being hard working.


Here are some of the encouraging comments from the netizens:

“Sige lang, tay. Balang araw lahat ng hirap mapapalitan din ng kaginhawaan.” (Its okay, Tay. Someday all the hardships will turn into comfort)

“‘Yan ang dapat tularan nagpupursige siyang maghanapbuhay kahit ganyan lang si tatay. God bless you po. Talo mo pa ang buo ang katawan pero tamad kumita.” (Now that is a role model! He works hard to earn a living despite his disability. God bless you. Can’t believe there are people with complete limbs, but are lazy)

Many netizens also expresses their desire to help the old man.

I hope through this article, we will be able to find out who he is so we can help him.

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