"Son, life can be hard. No matter how painful you feel throughout your journey, there are always more others in this world that aren't as lucky as us to have a house to live, clothes to wear, and food to eat. Remember these people and everything won't be as hard as it seems. And never hesitate to give something to anyone that reach out to you for help. It took courage for them to ask in the first place. God sees everything." --Dad
My father is a kind-hearted and generous person. He sees good in every human being. My mother whom he has been marrying for 30 years is my father's best supporter in all of his condition, good or bad. Family matters the most for them. Not only their little family where they have one son (me) and four daughters, but also the extended family.
Their passionate love to the family and unconditional support for them in need always amazed me as a boy now growing into adult man. Sometimes, the world work mysteriously tricky towards good people that most of us see as God isn't fair. I'm not here to judge anyone nor God himself or His way of work in fate.
One most recent troubling news I found out almost make me question that. My beloved kind father was "used" by our own kin and it costs him almost everything. Mom and Dad kept this from me knowing that it might do no good to me. But what's about to happen, that had almost happen last week, was very heartbreaking and cruel for them. They might lose their house, our house, because one soul was too narcistically awful taking advantage of their kindness. We've been doing everything we can to keep the house in our ownership.
I'm their only son. Their firstborn. I will hate myself for the rest of my life if I can't do something about it or at least help them figure out a way to solve this "not fair" situation. And for that, I am ashamed that I am facing a limitation financial wise, whereas the main problem they're facing is money itself.
I am making this, although I admit that I am very embarassed and feeling low, but purely just another effort I have in mind that worth a try. Any little amount means the world to this failed son trying to help his parent in need.
May God, or the universe see the kindness of yours and pay them with his magical way. I know He does that.
"Your father can sometimes be 'blind' to the fact that people take advantage of him. This isn't really the first time. I hate your father so much because of it, but at the same time, I love him even more for having this pure heart in him." --Mom