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Beautiful, Christmas, and College: - File: 3fb85ce1580af24d83f6bde17301e0fe85e().png (204 KB, 1063x1063) Parents of /r9k/ Anonymous 10/18/18(Thu)11:30:47 No.48770954 [Reply] >48771097 >>48 48772649 29 >be 19 yr old kv suicidal depressed neet >live with parents >unmarried sister gets preggers because of her bf and doesn't want the kid, but doesn't want to abort either >kid is born, beautiful boy >she abandons him at parents home to pursue her dead entng career parents, and i basically take care of him love him like my own son, he calls me papa son grows up fine, i get warehouse job to have more money to make him happier start jogging in the morning to have enough stamina to play with him >son is great at academics, gets As start getting along better with my own parents since we're taking care of my son together work harder and get promoted, more money to buy son toys >experience first hand what raising a child is like, love him now am 36 yrs old kv with a managerial job at a shipping company >son has gone to univ this year parents and i are very lonely with nothing to do all day wait for son's call in the back of our heads all the time sister is still struggling with hectigcar (son calls her auntie Imao son is coming home for christmas can't decide what to do to celebrate his first year at college almost know for certain that if son hadn't been born, i would've probably jumped off a building to end my pathetic life Any other parents here? This green text story warmed my heart (somehow)
Beautiful, Christmas, and College: - File: 3fb85ce1580af24d83f6bde17301e0fe85e().png (204 KB, 1063x1063)
 Parents of /r9k/ Anonymous
 10/18/18(Thu)11:30:47 No.48770954 [Reply]
 >48771097 >>48
 48772649
 29
 >be 19 yr old kv suicidal depressed neet
 >live with parents
 >unmarried sister gets preggers
 because of her bf and doesn't want the
 kid, but doesn't want to abort either
 >kid is born, beautiful boy
 >she abandons him at parents home to
 pursue her dead entng
 career
 parents, and i basically take care of
 him
 love him like my own son, he calls me papa
 son grows up fine, i get warehouse job to have more money to make him
 happier
 start jogging in the morning to have enough stamina to play with him
 >son is great at academics, gets As
 start getting along better with my own parents since we're taking care of my
 son together
 work harder and get promoted, more money to buy son toys
 >experience first hand what raising a child is like, love him
 now am 36 yrs old kv with a managerial job at a shipping company
 >son has gone to univ this year
 parents and i are very lonely with nothing to do all day
 wait for son's call in the back of our heads all the time
 sister is still struggling with hectigcar (son calls her auntie
 Imao
 son is coming home for christmas
 can't decide what to do to celebrate his first year at college
 almost know for certain that if son hadn't been born, i would've probably
 jumped off a building to end my pathetic life
 Any other parents here?
This green text story warmed my heart (somehow)

This green text story warmed my heart (somehow)

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Food, Memes, and Money: @pipesmalone
 just wanna share something cool i read
 in my book today that i didn't know!!
 mo
 THE POWER OF KINDNESS
 who had known the torment of hunger, were now ready to
 give up their food to show their solidarity to other human
 e money tw carity tor all
 es
 When the terrible September 11 terrorist attack took
 place, most of the world knew in a matter of minutes. But
 some people heard about it much later. A tribe in South
 Kenya, in an area remote from Western technology, learned
 about the attack only seven or eight months later. I do not
 know how these people, who are not in the least acquainted
 with our world, imagine it to be, and what they understood
 about the catastrophe. But they realized a tragedy had oc-
 curred. Dressed in their multicolored garments, they held a
 solemn meeting and decided they would send their most
 precious possession-sixteen cows-to the people of New
 York to help them in this difficult moment. These people,
 beings they had never met.
 Generosity is exactly this: to give that which is dearest to
 us. It is an act that transforms us. After it, we will be poorer,
 but we will feel richer. Perhaps we will feel less equipped
 and secure, but we will be freer. We will have made the
 world we live in a little kinder.
 159
β€˜The power of kindness’ Tag someone amazing πŸ’• @peopleareamazing @peopleareamazing @peopleareamazing

β€˜The power of kindness’ Tag someone amazing πŸ’• @peopleareamazing @peopleareamazing @peopleareamazing