Not only do they want to see their face and figure once, but parents also want their children to study well.
“My parents saw no way out, but they still tried their best to send my brothers to school, working as massage therapists. The image of my mother is still imprinted in my mind. Somewhere Somewhere, she will be happy because I passed the university exams,” Tuan Anh said. Say.
Where to go is all that matters
Upon receiving news that he had passed the university entrance examination, Tuan Anh went to the altar, folded his hands and bowed to his mother, then called his father to inform him. Mr. Ho Van Minh – a blind father living with his daughter and elderly mother in Lap Vo district (Dong Thap) – was very happy but then suddenly hesitated because he did not know how to support his son in the upcoming student days Go. But he decided to send his son to school because “only education can help you change your life”.
After receiving help from his aunt to pay tuition fees, Tuan Anh diligently searched for a part-time job. Because the few times he returned home, Tuan Anh noticed that his father had very few guests, some days there were none at all. But my father also has to take care of his younger sister who is in 7th class, life is also very difficult.
So he decided to find a part-time job to afford his studies and his aunt helped him eat.
While meeting Tuan Anh at an activity of the Ho Chi Minh City Blind Association for members’ children, Tuan Anh mentioned a poem read by a reader at the event and he had tears in his eyes. That poem seems to express the feelings of blind children who want to know their parents once.
And on the contrary, mothers and fathers who cannot see anything, always want to see their children in the flesh only once.
When my mother was alive, every time she said she only wanted to see my face and body, she would often call Tuan Anh over and hug me. The mother’s hands kept rubbing all over her body, as if to help her feel and imagine the presence of her child.
Yet one day my mother had to be hospitalized in the emergency room because her life was in danger due to very high blood sugar levels. And no one can save him! Suddenly my mother died suddenly. At the time, Tuan Anh was in 9th grade, his younger sister had not yet completed elementary school. That shock awakened Tuan Anh because before that he was still a playful child, rarely paying attention to his mother’s instructions, and even skipping school one day to play.
After his mother left, Tuan Anh pursued studies, as if to atone for his mistakes as well as to fulfill his parents’ wishes. “I once made my parents sad because I skipped school to play. Then my mother died so early, the shock left me depressed and forced to change. I “I want to be a support for my father and younger sister in the future so that my mother can be assured that she can move forward.” eyes. Only study can help me realize this desire,” Tuan Anh expressed.
Dreaming of reuniting with my father
At the beginning of 12th grade, her aunt sent Tuan Anh to a private boarding school so she could focus solely on her studies. And that effort was rewarded with the university admission result the entire family desired.
After starting student life, you go to school by bus. Tuan Anh also went to a fried chicken shop and applied for a trial job with the hope of getting a part-time job to earn extra income to take care of herself and share the burden on her aunt and father. Now he has grown up, he understands how hard his father’s work is, so even now he asks his father for money and he finds it very shameful, he can’t bear it, the boy said to himself.
Outside school, he helps his aunt with household work. Tuan Anh told himself that he had lost his mother, but fortunately he had a loving and concerned aunt, just like his mother, so he was relieved to some extent from his self-pity.
He was determined to study well, not only to repay his aunt for protecting him for years, but also to welcome his father and sister to Ho Chi Minh City and reunite the family. Also to maintain your dream of graduating and finding a stable job. The difficulty of being an orphan whose father cannot see the way makes Tuan Anh seem older than his actual age.
Ms Bui Kim Van – Tuan Anh’s aunt – said she also has a family, two grown children, so since her sister passed away, she has helped her brother-in-law take care of the education of her two grandchildren. Is of. She said that she loved her younger sister, so she loved her two children who lost their mother even more.
“Many nights I still pray for my sister that her husband and children have good health, that they stay well and try to study. No matter how strong I am, I still try to take care of them. “So they can study, they can get a job to take care of themselves tomorrow, and then they can also help dad and his sister” – Mrs. Wan said.
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