I don’t want my mother to cry, so I try to crawl quietly when she doesn’t see it. But the world is so interesting! I can't be a prisoner in my wheelchair like a criminal behind bars! My mother and I have no fault! - Projects - Сhernovetskyi Fund

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I don’t want my mother to cry, so I try to crawl quietly when she doesn’t see it. But the world is so interesting! I can't be a prisoner in my wheelchair like a criminal behind bars! My mother and I have no fault!

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November 25, 2022
Beso is 15 years old, and he has never stood on his feet. When it gets unbearably painful for him to sit in a wheelchair, he slides off it and crawls around the house. When he was a baby, he cried, but now he is a big boy and does not want to scare his mother.
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GE64BG0000000470458000
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I don’t want my mother to cry, so I try to crawl quietly when she doesn’t see it. But the world is so interesting! I can't be a prisoner in my wheelchair like a criminal behind bars! My mother and I have no fault!
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Beso is 15 years old, and he has never stood on his feet.  When it gets unbearably painful for him to sit in a wheelchair, he slides off it and crawls around the house. When he was a baby, he cried, but now he is a big boy and does not want to scare his mother. 
“Mom is afraid of my tears. She starts crying along with me. I couldn't stand the pain when I was a baby. And now I have grown up and I endure it when it hurts,” says Beso and looks sadly at his mother. Beso learned to hold back his tears, but his mother didn't! Despite the doctors tell her that her son will never be able to walk on his own, the mother does not believe that, and waits for a miracle. 
“When his back hurts from sitting in a wheelchair, Beso starts crawling on the concrete floor, and his mom’s heart breaks”
Ia: My poor boy, he suffers so much! When he sees my tears, he says: do not cry, or you will not be able to cry when I die. These words kill me! He has been running away from death since the first day of his life. He was born 6-month-premature, he barely survived. His birth is a miracle.
- Why are you saying that?
Ia: My life was hard. My husband kept beating me while I was pregnant. That’s why Beso was born premature. I tolerated that - I thought it was the way it should be. I did not tell that even to my mom. Only my mother-in-law protected me while she was alive.
- What are you saying Ia! For how long have you lived with an abusive husband? 
Ia: I thought that everything would work out. I thought - leaving the family was a terrible sin - I endured it. But four years ago, I made up my mind and left. Although it is hard to cope with a disabled child alone, we are calmer this way. Let's not talk about it. He is Beso’s father, Beso loves him. I have no right to say anything bad about him. He’s such a person, you can do nothing with that.
“Mommy, don’t cry, I am still alive!”
- As far as I see you left him and moved here?
Ia: We lived in rented apartments, but I was not always able to pay rent. And they kicked us out in the street. It is a real hell when you find yourself in the street with a sick child in your arms. Well, I could spend night outside, but what about Beso? 
Beso: Mom, they will not kick us out from here, will they?
Ia: I don’t know dear - it is not ours.
“Mom, I am cold, I don’t want to be outside”
- What this building is? 
Ia: When I took Beso to the day center, we passed by this building. There is good asphalt here, and I rolled my son here in his wheelchair. So, I noticed this space. There was a padlock on the door, and the neighbors said no one had been living there for long. This room did not belong to anyone. 
“It is impossible to live in this abandoned building, but these poor ones have no other choice.”
- How did you find yourself here?
Ia: When I became unable to pay rent and ended up in the street, I remembered this place and came here. I cried, so my neighbors helped me do break the padlock and get in here. For the first months we slept right on the floor, on our clothes; then the neighbors began to bring us things that they did not need. Everything we have now does not belong to us. They lent us bed, and stove, and blankets. I am just a beggar - I can’t buy anything but bread. Yesterday Beso asked me for tea, but I didn't have either sugar or even an old tea bag! My neighbor heard me crying and gave me two tea bags. It will be enough for one week. 
“Sometimes I boil bread in water and season it with a tomato paste. 
- Have you any relatives? Does anyone help you?
Ia: I have parents, but they need help themselves. How can I ask old people for anything? We have no relatives who could help us. Our only hope is for strangers - for those who hear God and can hear our pain too!
- As far as I see, an allowance is your only income?
Ia: Yes, and Beso’s pension. I don’t know what it can be enough for. 
- What would you buy first if you have money?
Ia: I would fix a roof, because when it rains, we go to the toilet with an umbrella. I can’t even let you sit because we have no chairs. We have no beds, no other furniture. I dream of a gas stove and a washing machine and Beso really wants a computer. What am I talking about? Our stomachs have shrunk - we go hungry! Please help us with food!
- Beso, what would you do if you have a computer?
Beso: I would open Facebook and communicated with children like me. They would understand me.
“Make friends with me, I am a good boy”
- Don’t others understand you?
Beso: No. I have no friends. No one wants to make friends with a cripple. But you can make friends on the Internet - there is a lot of people there! I can read and write, so I’ll be able to communicate. I would be able to watch whatever I like, watch movies, play football - do whatever I want. But I can only crawl at home now. 
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Friends! These poor ones have no one else to ask for help. Complete strangers are their last hope. Ia worries about her sick son because his health condition may worsen from malnutrition and cold. 
This sweet Georgian family needs any help: food, hygiene products, building materials, a gas stove, a washing machine, beds, a table and chairs, and warm blankets. It would be great to buy a computer for Beso! Together, we will manage to help these unfortunate people, as we helped thousands of families in Georgia who were hanging between life and death.
If anyone is willing to visit and help her in person, here is her address: Kutaisi, 5 Sulkan-Saba Turn.
Every time you can help someone, just do it, and rejoice that God answers someone's prayers through you! 
We are sure that all together we will manage to save them from imminent death. 
Please don’t forget to repost our story. Let your friends know about the grief of this family! It’s extremely important!
Friends, there is one more request: if you know about the misfortune of a neighbor or friend do a godly deed, drop us an email at: office-fsp@fsp.ge
Our Fund’s accounts are:
#GE15TB7194336080100003
#GE42LB0115113036665000
#GE64BG0000000470458000
(Purpose: Beso Moistsrapishvili)
You can also transfer money from our website.
It is also possible to transfer money from TBCpay and ExpressPay terminals. Find our Fund under "Charity" section (you can read more about rights and responsibilities of the Fund following the link https://goo.gl/GY2Gus
We have already helped thousands of disadvantaged people! Let’s support this family too! And who knows, maybe someday we ourselves will need help of strangers! Life is always unpredictable!
We have good news: now you can read the stories of our beneficiaries on 
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Telegramhttps://t.me/ChernovetskyiFund
Even if you dial once this special number 0901200270 it might save someone's life! God bless you!

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