I am not asking for the whole cake, just a small portion of it can help us gain a roof and a loaf. 38 years old and still struggling to gain a dignified life and a modest roof of our own. I know it’s hard not only for us but for a large number of people who are persevering to survive. Just a small gesture of kindness can undoubtedly make my dream come true, a dream which is one of human’s rights.
Lately as an aftereffect of Coronavirus, things have drifted to trace a unexpected pathway of desperate need for help and sympathy. We had a hard time during the lockdown as a result of my father’s loss of his work as tea maker in a public market. As a result we had to spend all of our savings on daily basic needs and on paying electricity and water bills and rent. Not to mention my sister’s distance learning expenses. I can say that renting is a black hole that swallows the great part of my father’s daily humble earnings from buying tea to buyers and sellers in the public market. My father is an exhausted old man and can hardly afford us the basic needs. Yes, thanks to him we are still alive ,but thanks to your generous hearts my father will be able to live the rest of his life at ease and happily.
I strongly believe that there are still people among us who wouldn’t hesitate to prove that there’s faith in humanity and love to make people happy and live a dignified life. Owning a roof and a piece of loaf are essentially the backbones of the stable and secure life of every being. All we opt for is a stable and a secured life without being threatened by the ghost of the uncertainties of our miserable social status. It takes two to dance tango and it takes warm hearts and helpful hands to draw a smile of salvation on a face in need of human’s sympathy and mercy. We don’t ask for much, we don’t lurk behind the whole cake , just a humble portion can save a loving and caring heart as my father’s from being broken. It’s just a humble roof , but for us is as hard as building a tower. I did what I could to help fix the situation but as you know one hand has never been enough.
We would be thankful if you react positively to our desperate request.
My best regards,