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This young man took a picture on his mother's grave on his graduation day. Here's why!



Graduation day is one of the most cherished and special day, not only for the students but also for every proud parents.

This young man took a picture on his mother's grave on his graduation day-here's why!
Some of us think that we are burdened with so many problems and that life is unfair, and lose heart easily. We do not think of those people who are in deeper trouble but continue to strive harder and have more positivity in life. This picture of a son who just graduated visiting his parents’ tomb—and it says a thousand words!


Facebook user Reggie Ejong Molina III shared photos of him together with his parents—though they are not here in this world anymore. During their graduation ceremony, he saw other students taking pictures together with their parents, and he thought he should do the same too.

Though his parents were not physically there to congratulate him, he was still happy, knowing his parents are proud of him.


Rough translation: Almost everybody had their mothers with them, and I saw how happy they were. But I was not saddened at all. Though you are not with me on my graduation day, though you were not the one who accompanied me to the stage, I know you are very proud of me and I’m sure you feel happy. This is for you. (There, we also have a picture together!)

Credit: Qatar Day / Kabayan GCC

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