15 Touching Photos That Will Undoubtedly Make You Shed a Tear
Every day we come across countless of images across the internet and we don’t really bother to see them because of the constant flow of content. But, if you spend a few moments to look at some of the pictures, you’ll find that some are really touching and as emotional as can get, maybe they may also make you shed a tear or two or they make you smile like a Cheshire cat. Take a look at 15 such pictures that are truly beautiful moments in time.
1Scenes at Wuhan
This is a touching scene of a doctor saying goodbye to his wife before being transferred to Wuhan to help treat coronavirus patients. You may feel it is no big deal but given the vast implications and the scale of the pandemic, it is almost like the western front at Wuhan where even medical staffs are scared of contracting the virus that has taken more than a thousand live in China.
2What my army veteran grandfather said to this question
One Redditor posted that his veteran army grandfather was asked by a little girl if he would do it all over again to which he replied “yes for you”. Obviously it goes to show that there are some people who don’t go to war because they find it glorious but because they believe they are serving a purpose and protecting their community.
3Medical staff getting a haircut in Wuhan
The on-going coronavirus has been declared pandemic by WHO and in Wuhan, medical staff are being given advisories to gear up from head to toe to make sure they don’t contract the virus and that includes even shaving off their hair to make sure it won’t get in the way of their protection gear.
4This little guy has new paws
It can be heartbreaking when animals lose their limbs because the only high point of an animal’s life is exploring its surroundings and that needs their feet. It is remarkable that technology has come a long way to allow such animals to walk again.
5A heart-rending tombstone
This tombstone was the heartbreaking result of a father who created it for his son who was restricted to a wheelchair. It was built by Earnest and Anneke Robinson for their disabled son Matthew who died at 11. It read “Free of earthly burdens.”