A skin-and-bones beggar goes viral after a video shows him feeding stray dogs despite not having much food himself! His compassion to the animal even with his difficult situation touched so many people, with many netizens saying that he is truly a great example for everyone to follow!
Beggar with a Rich Heart
He might be poor in material wealth and did not even have enough money to feed himself, yet a skin-and-bones beggar has gone viral for his rich heart! Indeed, he might be poor but it is amazing to see that despite not having enough food, he still shares whatever he has for the stray dogs in his community.
Shared by Indian Forest Services (IFS) officer Susanta Nanda on Thursday, the touching video shows the old man could be seen providing food for the stray dogs.
He is bent over and is having a hard time walking, possibly not just because of old age but due to not having enough energy because he looks really thin. But even with his obvious lack of money and enough food, this old man did not hesitate to share what little he had to these stray dogs.
Watch the video here:
Poor by wealth…
Richest by heart 🙏 pic.twitter.com/OlMsYORNI2
— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) July 16, 2020
The post would go viral, with many netizens praising the old man for his selfless actions.
“No matter how heavy your pocket is it all comes from heart and willingness to do. If you are not willing you will never do it irrespective how rich you are. Respect 🙏🏼🙏🏼,” one netizen wrote.
“Here Compassion works more than ethics or morality. Morality does not go in that deep to ask you to feed others while keep yourself hungry … while compassion has no limit, it can even pursue you to risk your life for what you feel correct thing to do,” another explained.
Charities for Homeless People and Stray Dogs
Across the world, there are charities that provide food for homeless people and stray dogs. What’s sad is that there are too many homeless people and stray dogs for them to feed, but too little money for them to provide for everyone.
Still, they help out to ensure that they can feed as many people and stray animals as they could, despite their limited capacity.