MOTHER KNEEL BEFORE DAUGHTER BECAUSE SHE CAN’T BUY HER AN iPHONE

A disabled mother was spotted kneeling before her 15 year old daughter because she could not afford to buy the girl an iPhone which she asked for. Although the mother is physically disabled, she would give anything for her daughter if she could.

As the woman knelt down to her daughter begging for forgiveness, the 15 year old girl just stood there reprimanding her mother for being incapable for fulfilling her wishes. Instead of helping her mother up, the girl ignored her mother’s tears and let her mother suffer insufferably humiliation in public.

Is this how we treat mothers who gave birth to us, guide and protect us? Is this how we reciprocate their love and respect? iPhone more important or mother more important? In this day and age, do children get their priorities right?

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