Parents are indeed the most precious of beings, with their love so pure, all they want is to see us prosper. A girl on Twitter shared how she lost her parents and didn’t think she’ll make it through. But she did and the internet is just so proud of her!
Lost my mum at 13 didnt think I would finish school. Lost my dad last year didn’t think I would graduate. I did it mum and dad 👼 ❤️ pic.twitter.com/pndKW1Z0Rp
— B (@bee29__) November 5, 2019
And the internet just couldn’t hold back the happy tears!
I sobbed when Alice showed me this! you looked beaut and your parents can see that beauty always x
— Lucy (@Lucyyjamees) November 6, 2019
I’m not crying, you are🥺 https://t.co/IZwKhZv9R0
— Umair (@Umxir7) November 6, 2019
She deserves the world!
People like this deserve everything and more, don’t know how you do it!! They would be so so proud 💙 https://t.co/MbyFGlxqOd
— ramneet🦋✨ (@ramneet_x) November 6, 2019
Congratulations.. Your parents would be incredibly proud of you 🎉
— James Nash (@JamesNa71360330) November 6, 2019
Well done they would be so proud of you ❤️💯
— Mr Portuguese ひ Ⓜ️ (@YDotAbrantes) November 5, 2019
Go and tell your parents you love them right now!
stuff like this makes u realise how lucky you are, what a strong girl https://t.co/AUXY3itFaI
— mol (@molgibbs) November 5, 2019
Even the people who saw her tweet for the very first time were incredibly proud:
Don’t even know you but girlll I’m so proud of you! Don’t know where you’ve found the strength because not many would BUT YOU DID THATTTT!!! BIG Congratulations xx
— EVMC (@11EVMC) November 5, 2019
I don’t know you but your parents will be so proud! You’re so strong x
— Becky (@BeckyPage) November 5, 2019
I don’t even know you but I’m proud of you.. well done 🙌🏼🎉
— OKKES 🔋 (@OkkesSulayici) November 5, 2019
People were sending her prayers for her future life to come:
May success & genuine happiness come your way 💜💜🙏🏾🙏🏾 I wish nothing but the best for you! Your strength & courage is amazing 💫
— TONYKAINE🌺 (@tonykainetk) November 6, 2019
Be very proud of yourself, your parents will be very proud of you, go and live your best life in the future x
— Jamie (@JamMckay1989) November 6, 2019
People could only imagine what the pain of losing both the parents would be like:
This is such a big achievement. Losing both parents I imagine is one of the hardest things a child can go through. Ma'Sha'Allah to this girl, more success to come In'Sha'Allah. https://t.co/rMp2YptGFE
— Usmanov (@usmxn_a) November 5, 2019
Everyone was sending her words of encouragement:
With your determination and 2 angels behind you the world is yours B 💓
— Andrew Sayers (@drewsterx7x) November 5, 2019
Incredible 👏 sorry for your loss, wish you all the best for your future. 💙
— ᴀafc (@robhoopz) November 5, 2019
It’s good to be reminded of the things you take for granted:
I genuinely feel just getting through exam season at uni is difficult enough. Imagine going through this alongside it. Shout out to everyone doing education with struggles. Parents, single parents, bereavements, financial troubles, mental health problems ❤️👍🏽 https://t.co/YieujCp67V
— MHA92 (@MHA_92_) November 5, 2019
People were reminding her of the queen she is!
— ruhan (@RuhanSiddique) November 5, 2019
Big up yourself queen 🔥🔥
— Fly Me Out (@SSJSahij) November 5, 2019
People were lauding her strength:
The strengths woww congrats 👏🏼👏🏼🙌🏼
— Julien (@DjemaK20) November 5, 2019
Imagine the strength she has wow I would crumble https://t.co/BrF3ECnytZ
— 🇬🇷🇩🇿 (@tiropitaki) November 5, 2019
Your strength is unbelievable! https://t.co/qEgKPCDOMH
— TELLI. (@TelliOnline) November 6, 2019
Many were reassuring her that her parents are always with her in spirit!
Your parents are with you! They know what you have achieved and are very proud. Congratulations
— ian (@intried) November 5, 2019
People wanted her to continue with the same passion:
Go on girl, you should be so proud of yourself and you’re mum & dad would be aswell, such a beautiful girl! You keep doing you you’re smashing it. ❤️
— lauren x (@laudovey) November 5, 2019
She inspired many!
So proud of you! You are such an inspiration.
— Maliha (@malihaali__) November 5, 2019
You are honestly amazing & incredibly strong! Such an inspiration congratulations😭🎉
— Saf (@safiasadiex) November 5, 2019
It definitely is!
honestly idk what I would’ve done without my parents even at my current age, the internet is proud of you
— aLi (@alihsall) November 5, 2019
Sky is the limit, B!
No amount of praise given to you will justify the amount you really deserve for this, you did amazing; nothing can stop you from climbing up👏🏽☺️
— Adam🤙🏽 (@_adsho) November 5, 2019
People were amazed at her determination to keep going and not give up:
Like others have commented – I don’t know you, but what an inspiration you are; to go through what you did and persevere, where many would give up, – amazing.
— Jack (@_Jack________) November 5, 2019
A great one for sure:
What an absolute warrior!! May God give you everything you want in this life https://t.co/p46R01sovE
— Ali (@8_AliSayed) November 5, 2019
A sweet dad also assured her how proud he was:
You have a lot of lovely people on here who are so proud of you. I'm one of them. As a dad, this has filled me with pride. Well done. 👏👏❤
— PK. VOTE LABOUR. TORIES OUT (@PaulK1966) November 5, 2019
She earned the respects of many:
So much respect. Congratulations
— Nour Sakr (@NourSakr88) November 6, 2019
Your problems become so much smaller when you read stuff like this 🥺 https://t.co/QqtwHXcH39
— Jess Wingrove (@WingroveJessica) November 5, 2019
sometimes i think that I have it bad.. then I see people prosper whilst dealing with tragedies like losing a parent and that makes my problems seem like a joke. https://t.co/ZVDepTm935
— usama (@usamas23) November 6, 2019
Kudos to her resolve:
This is legit incredible, congratulations on graduating! Your resolve is amazing 🙏
— Shivs (@Shivryuken) November 5, 2019
The queen we stan, yaaaas!
An actual Queen 🤩🤩🤩 https://t.co/N6IG1SS7Nz
— Iz (@_issy98) November 5, 2019
People were telling their own stories and how they’ll be working even harder for their parents:
Lost my mom when I was 16. Lost my dad this year. I’ll graduate and have a good life for them, I’ll dedicate my success to them❤️ https://t.co/Wixr4Wh9iI
— Mags💀 (@princess_MaggyJ) November 6, 2019
This is everything!
I sobbed at my high school graduation as my mom always said she wanted to see me graduate, that she was going to be alive to see me graduate. So many kids do things for their parents and when you lose that sense of obligation, it’s another level of just pushing yourself for you. https://t.co/Rtg8RwQuct
— Anti-Ableism (@ANTI__ABLEISM) November 6, 2019
The positivity we all needed in our life today!
This the positive stuff we need to be seeing https://t.co/f0MgMXO8Z2
— aiden (@72Aiden) November 5, 2019
Need motivation? open this. https://t.co/az3VKxDgyo
— Jeheddddd (@_itsmejhed) November 6, 2019
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