Orphan Quotes: If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one. there are more than 140 million children around the world who are waiting for a loving family. We all came from our childhood. Most of us still have first memories of our mom’s warm hands, our grandma reading a book before going to bed, dad’s jokes and family holidays. Those memories follow us during our lifetime and they will mean something important to us.
Orphan Quotes Mother Teresa
If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one. – Mother Teresa
It is very hard for us to realize or feel how an orphan feels to live in this cruel world without parents. Nearly 144 million children across the world are orphans. Every 2 seconds, another orphan dies from malnutrition. Children who don’t even know who their parents were are struggling for their lives. They have none in their lives who take care of them.
Orphan Children Stories
They don’t even have a shoulder to cry over when they are lonely. They know nothing of birthdays. Their very survival is a great struggle. A meal for a day is what they look for. We, who still have their parents, are very lucky. Typically, their needs include the need for food, security, housing, clothing, bedding, health care, education, parenting and friends.
Orphan Quotes Islam: The Prophet said, “I and the person who looks after an Orphan will be in paradise like this. (keeping his middle and index finger together).
Orphan Quotes Bible: God is the father to the fatherless.
Every religion promises to reward those who are kind and caring toward Orphans. There are thousands of orphan stories which we should read and pay attention to at least taking care of one orphan. Let us join our hands together to make a difference in such children’s lives.
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