We will miss them very much

@roshigo58 (4871)
Pune, India
December 26, 2012 6:34am CST
Two students are coming for a tuition to my wife. She use to teach only three main subjects i.e.English,Science and Maths. We are helping these two poor students for completing their education in the kind of books, notebooks,uniforms etc. In turn they two too help us. We are associated with each other for last three years. But now we are leaving our existing home and shifting in another city.We feel very bad leaving apart from these two students.As a token of gratitude we have decided to give them our used, but in good condition, fridge,mattresses,cooler etc.Moreover if their parents permits we are ready to take them along with us to new place.
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@alberello (4755)
• Italy
26 Dec 12
Well, I notice that with your heart, you gave solidarity to these two students, who as I understand they are economically disadvantaged. Now you have decided to change residence. It seems almost a duty (as long as you are okay) propose to follow always with the consent of the parents of those two guys. I believe that you two are people a lot of heart. I have a lot of respect for you and I send my personal congratulations.
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@RJRAAZ (31)
• India
26 Dec 12
Truly I respect your thoughts. In this selfish nobody thinks about others. As my mom and dad are in government school and usually in these schools students are from poor family. Because of that I spent my whole childhood with those poor students. So, I can understand feeling of those students. And really respect your decision. Hope, this whole world will follow your footmarks.
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• Greece
26 Dec 12
This is a really heatwarming story as those two students have become part of your family. You have given them an education and a chance in life and they in turn have grown to love you. Perhaps it will mean the parting of the ways but they will never forget you and they will continue to enjoy the gifts you are leaving with them. It would be interesting to learn whether they are able to go with you to the new home. Perhaps their parents will allow it, no doubt all of you will be considering what is best for the students. I wish you a very happy New Year and that you will be blessed in your new venture.
• Philippines
26 Dec 12
It is good to know there are still people like you. I was once on that kind of situation during my high school days. I left my parents and lived with a spinster in the big city. I do the household chores for her and in turn she sent me to school. It went on for four years until I finished my high school. My other relatives also got their education by the same arrangement I had with the very same person. I hope there'll be more people like you who makes a change in other people's lives in your own special way.
@Mavic123456 (9440)
• Thailand
26 Dec 12
that's a very good gesture of generosity. and for sure karma will return to you in such good fate. it is good to know such good people like you and your wife and for sure those students will miss you. anyway since. you are open to this act, you will be able to find people to help in the new placewhere you are going good luck
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@Hatley (164759)
• Garden Grove, California
26 Dec 12
hi roshigo that is wonderful how yiu have bonded with these two students.I think you are very generous to help them 'with the used items you described.It would be nice if their parents would let you take the students with you to the new place. Kudos to you for all you have done for them God Bless.
@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
26 Dec 12
thats nice of you, can you take them with you? Let us know.
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@junmae (1592)
• Philippines
26 Dec 12
Your are so kind to help those children and I am happy that there are still people who are willing to help others. I hope I could also help such kind of children. Anyway, I hope that those children will still continue their studies.
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@tiffnkeat (1679)
• Singapore
26 Dec 12
As you bless others, so you too will be blessed. You can still keep in touch through snail mail, or an occasional visit.
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@shaggin (36289)
• United States
27 Dec 12
Wow that is such an amazing thing you are doing for these students. It is so nice to hear people doing good deeds like this. After all you have done you are even willing to take the students with you to your new town if the parents will let the students go. I hope to hear an update about this soon :)