An old couple.
The man with a walking stick, worn and torn shirt,
an expressionless face.
The woman, holding on to the man on one hand, a plastic bag full of empty aluminium cans on the other. Her face expresses only one thing: life must go on.
This is a real life senior citizen couple whom i have just witnessed a few hours ago. Amidst the crowd of the hustle and bustle of Centre Point surrounding.
S a d.
I have actually seen them a few times before making their rounds in the same building..looking for lucky cans to gather and sell, i guess.
My heart sank every time i see them.
The only question that came on my mind was..
'how could they??'
THEY: their children/relatives/families left them to fight their own life just like that???
WHERE ARE THE CHILDREN?
WHERE ARE THE FAMILIES? THE RELATIVES?
Don't they care?
Despite the mysterious background of the old couple, i am positive that they STILL have a family somewhere..
I am truly amazed at how the woman stand by her man (her husband, i suppose) when he's walking on stick. Truly. That is pure love. Real love. Commitment to a promise of being together for a life time.
(courtesy of Google)
We will all grow old one day.
Do not abandon the old.
They brought us here.
Remember: what you give, you get back. so give LOVE - unconditionally.
*This message is brought by Your's Sincerely..nc.*
..gosh..in no mood for merdeka day.. since..not everyone in Malaysia are truly merdeka yet-especially in their thoughts and actions.
nc says: kalau sa tenampak lagi dorang next time, sa mau bagi sesuatu..momom kah.. minuman kah..dont know whether they will accept or shout at me or not. But at least i tried. Promise.