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"I almost broke my son's arm twice…"

Nothing boded ill, but on one fateful day the baby fell ill, like all young children get sick ...
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There are circumstances when everything turns against the person. And it is very scary if this person is a little boy who does not even understand why his cheerful and carefree life was replaced by terrible torment in hospitals.

Mamuka was a long-awaited child in the family. He was born and grew up as a healthy and very smart boy. Nothing foretold trouble, but one fateful day the baby fell ill, as all children get sick at times... They thought it was a cold, but it turned out to be meningitis. The three-year-old boy started having seizures and they barely had time to take him to the hospital. Miraculously, they managed to keep Mamuka alive.

– God forbid that he should die, let him live, let him stay with me! – Lali's heartbroken mother kept saying. And God heard her prayers!

– Lali, it must be hard for you to recall everything again, but please tell us how it was?

Lali: My long-awaited son, my beautiful one, my boy, my joy... (Mother sentences and strokes her son, who is writhing in pain). Remember how good our life used to be? Do you remember? Do you remember how we used to go to the park and ride on steam trains... Do you remember how you used to brush my hair and stroke my face with your hands…

 For a long time Lali talked to her son as if she didn't notice us... This is not surprising... She doesn't notice anyone... For her, there is no one else.

Lali: The terrible diagnosis of the doctors sounded like a sentence to me: "Your son's brain cortex is damaged, and even if he recovers now, he won't live long!" – they said. I didn't care, as long as he lived, the main thing was that he would be with me for as long as possible! And I fell on my knees and started praying... Asking God not to take my son away from me! I told Him that I need him, that I want to see him as he is... But you know, I don't know if I did the right thing then... Is it right that I condemned him to eternal torment? I'm not talking about my torments... I don't know…

– Does anyone help you?

Lali: My husband helped while he was alive. We covered for each other. But he died of a nervous breakdown. I had to quit my job and devote myself entirely to child care. For many years, I have been completely alone, trying to do everything possible and impossible to somehow improve my Mamuka's condition.

 – It's probably getting harder over the years, isn't it?

Lali: Oh, my dear, I am already at the age myself, and every next year it is getting harder for me. But in spite of all my ailments and illnesses, I take care of him as if he were a baby. Mamuka cannot do anything by himself: he can't sit on the bed, he can't turn over, he can't eat... It's hard to even breathe... He can only scream when he's in pain and call for his mother... He yells, and I can hear him calling "Mom, mom..." His condition is getting worse... The drugs have made his stomach ulcer worse... The blood is gushing from him like a fountain... I can't even examine him... And his teeth are so bad. He squeezes his teeth so tight with pain and cramps that all of them are broken now... This grinding... My God, what does my boy have to endure…

 – Taking care of a patient is very difficult both mentally and physically and financially... How do you cope?

Lali: Over the years I sold all utensils, equipment, got into debt... The only source of existence for us is a tiny allowance, and pension of Mamuka, which is lacking for drugs, and sometimes even for food!

– Address our readers!

Lali: I'm probably selfish, but I'm a mother... The only request to all, help me to prolong the existence of Mamuka! I can't live without him! Without me, he won't last a day... Help me so that I can at least provide him with his medications, get a CT scan and some other tests... I can't even give him an injection... He has no muscles left... He's drying out... Look at him. I almost broke my son's arm twice when I was turning him over. It's a nightmare... Sorry, I can't take it anymore…

What can we do for this poor family? How to support a seriously ill young man and his long-suffering mother in such a situation? Chernovetsky Fund calls on all good people not to stay away from the unbearable sorrow of the Koplatadze family! Any help, even the smallest one, will help them to ease their suffering and give a hope for future!

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Dear friends, Chernovetskyi Fund initiates a charitable action: to help Mamuka Koplatadze. As you know, the Fund does not stop at one-time assistance.

To leave this poor woman and her seriously ill son without attention would be a crime, first of all, a crime of conscience! Friends, by helping a person who is in trouble we make this world kinder and better. It is extremely important to know that there are good people. It becomes less scary to live and a hope for a miracle!

To survive, the family is in dire need of food, hygiene products and medicines! Help them survive! "Write them down" as your relatives. And we are sure that the Lord himself will bless you.

Call Lali, find out about her needs, cheer her up, support her, tell her that she is not alone and that nobody will leave them alone in their trouble! It is very important.

You can personally know them, provide assistance to this family, and God will bless you. And he will reward you! Here's their contact number: 593 19 21 65 Address: Tbilisi, Avenue Gabriel-Salosi 5. Building 6. Apartment 70

And be sure to repost our publication. Let all your friends know about the grief of this family! It is very important.

God gives us the opportunity to take care of people who are not able to do it themselves. Not all people are the same. And not everyone is as kind as we are. Please, do not pass aside the sorrow of others! Unhappy people are given to us from above so that we can prove our faith to the Almighty not in words but in deeds!

Friends, there is one more request, if you know about the misfortune of a neighbor or friend, do a Charitable deed, write to us by e-mail: office-fsp@fsp.ge.

Our Fund account GE15TB7194336080100003, GE42LB0115113036665000 or GE64BG0000000470458000 (purpose: Mamuka Koplatadze). You can also transfer money from our website.

You can as well transfer money from the terminals of Nova Technology, TBCpay and ExpressPay. Find our Fund in "Charity" section. (You can learn about the additional rights and obligations of the Fund by following the link https://goo.gl/GY2Gus).

Dear friends, it is very likely that this story would raise compassion within the soul of a good person, and would even hurt many. This sad story is just another reminder that there are people suffering more than we, who are weaker than we and any our support, any form of help will have infusive force.


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