The Living Bulgarian Saint Grandpa Dobri Passed Away

@WriterAI (5238)
Bulgaria
February 13, 2018 6:25pm CST
One Bulgarian prominent person, named by the locals here as Grandfather Dobri, died on February 13 2018 at the age of 103. He collected money for charitable causes. He was a well-known philanthropist in Bulgaria. His pension was at about 100 euros. Facebook is full of this piece of sad local news. There are many of his photos there now. The humanity lost a living Saint this day. May he R.I.P. God bless his soul! You could read about him in details googling his name with the word "died" together. Thanks for reading!
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• Pamplona, Spain
17 Feb
Very touching story that is indeed the attitude of a Saintly person and he has such a lovely kind face in the photo. I loved the bit where he kisses the little boy´s hand when he gave him some money or something. He will be with the Angels in the highest for sure. Sofia is a beautiful City.
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
19 Feb
Thank you for your sincere response. Agree with you.
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• Pamplona, Spain
19 Feb
@WriterAI He showed a great love for humanity too. Its in his face.
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
19 Feb
@lovinangelsinstead21 You are quite right.
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• Philippines
14 Feb
rip to him not a bad age anymore
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
14 Feb
He was a living saint at all. His life longevity also helped him to keep these charity activities.
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• Philippines
14 Feb
@WriterAI thats kind of him
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
14 Feb
@aninditasen (1793)
• Raurkela, India
19 Feb
May his good work be an inspiration for generations to come.
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
19 Feb
God bless!
@bunnybon7 (37425)
• Holiday, Florida
17 Feb
what a great guy. must be why he lived so long.
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
19 Feb
Yes, it is reasonable why he lived so long. His life was a great God's gift not only to him, but also for all of us. Thanks for your response.
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@LadyDuck (176817)
• Switzerland
14 Feb
Surely a great man, I have read he walked 20 km every day to sit in front of Cathedral of Alexander Nevsky to collect the money that he later offered to charities.
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
14 Feb
Thanks for sharing your opinion. Agree - he was a great man.
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