“I was born in a society where women weren’t allowed to work or study. But my dad stood against that & educated me. I was one of the first working women in my community.
Soon I got married & when I tried to have a child, I found out that I couldn’t conceive. But my husband said that maybe we were destined to adopt. So we got our son when he was only 3 months old. Words fall short of how much we loved him. He filled our lives with love & laughter.
He was a brilliant child. I remember once how he managed to assemble a robot at the age of 4, which was meant for kids above 12. We were delighted! We saved up & sent him to London for his graduation! I knew he was going to conquer the world, but I didn’t know that he wouldn’t want us by his side while he did it.
Initially our son was barely in touch with us–he wouldn’t answer our calls or reply to our messages. Around that time my husband got Cancer. We’d spent our savings on our son–so we didn’t have anything left for the treatment. I tried desperately to reach out to our son, but it fell on deaf ears. Eventually my husband passed away.
After that my son reached out asking for money to start a business–I sold my house & gave him the money.I thought once he settles, he’ll take care of me. But he moved to Dubai & that was the last I've seen or heard of him.
My health has been deteriorating ever since & I’ve have multiple ailments. All I get is a pension of Rs.3000 which isn’t even enough for my meals. I have almost no bone density left, I can’t walk. I’ve even lost vision in my right eye. I also have a painful kidney stone. Every day I’m suffering with not only the physical pain but also the emotional trauma of not having any family by my side. The only thing I can hold on to is the fact that my son is doing well for himself. And I pray that he never has to see the times I’ve had to see.”
Prabha is running out of money to pay for her treatments & has nowhere else to go after her own son abandoned her. Without help she will only have a few weeks to live. Let’s come together & save her life–together we can make a difference. Please consider donating & tagging someone who can donate through the link in the bio ...
Actual footage of me trying to get out of bed every morning 😂🐧 | Clip from @bbc Snow Chick programme 👌🏼
@pinguustore are on a mission to save the penguins. For every sale we make, we will be donating $1 to penguin conservation charities. ⠀
Make sure you follow us as we will be releasing the first drop very soon! @pinguustore 👌🏼
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Sweet ones! It’s giveaway time - we are sooo excited!🎉
We have TWO TICKETS for our sold out fundraiser event supporting the Central Alberta Advocacy Centre and hosted by Mamas on a Mission. 💕 We would love you and a friend to join us in Red Deer on May 1 at 6:45 pm!
Tag anyone you’d love to bring with you to join us at this epic event! 💁♀️As long as you are both following us, you’re entered to win a night out with us.✨✨
The giveaway contest is open on Instagram only until Friday, April 26 at 4 pm MST. This giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram. You must be 18 and able to travel to Red Deer.
We will announce the randomly selected winner on Friday evening, April 26 on our social feeds and by direct message! Tickets will be held at the door for you to pick up. xo💛💛
If you caught a copy of the #midsussextimes today, we have a double page spread covering the fashion show that raised an amazing £3,000! Well done to all involved. #charity#fundraiser ...
#TBT Honored to have worked with the amazing people at @lafamilyhousing on this highlights video for last year's LAFH Awards featuring @therock. Looking forward to tonight’s awards! Let's all help move more people home, together. Click over to lafh.org/awards2019 to see how you can help! ...