He is absolutely helpless and miserable. But Teimuraz is a human being and our compatriot! Doesn't he deserve a life with our compassion and without pain? - Projects - Сhernovetskyi Fund

Chernovetskyi Charity Fund

He is absolutely helpless and miserable. But Teimuraz is a human being and our compatriot! Doesn't he deserve a life with our compassion and without pain?

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September 29, 2023
Teimuraz seemed to be tortured: they cut off his fingers one by one, then his entire foot, and then both legs... They don’t even torture like that in American horror films! Even the most dangerous prisoners. Teimuraz's fingers were cut off first, then his foot, then one leg up to the knee, and finally his entire leg. Nine times he lay under the knife, and nine times a man with a heart condition had to say goodbye to his family, since each operation could have been his last! Natela (wife): We went through hell. For two years they tormented my husband, cutting off pieces of him. He has a bad heart and diabetes. And because of these damned anesthesia, his nerves deteriorated. I want to calm him down, but he gets even angrier. He was a healthy man, he always worked, and suddenly he found himself in a wheelchair. How can you not worry? Poverty and disease! Lord, I wouldn’t wish it on anyone! And most importantly, medicine so much, but there is no money!
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This family needs clothes the most. Clothe them, and your soul will be enveloped with God's blessings!

He is absolutely helpless and miserable. But Teimuraz is a human being and our compatriot! Doesn't he deserve a life with our compassion and without pain?

REPOST RIGHT AWAY, MY GOOD MAN! HELP YOUR FRIENDS TO GET CLOSER TO THE WORK OF MERCY!

They don't torture the even most dangerous inmates like this. 

Teimuraz had his fingers amputated, then his foot, then one leg up to the knee, and finally his entire leg... He underwent surgery nine times. Nine times, a man with a sick heart had to say goodbye to his family because each operation could have been his last!

Natela: We've been through hell.  For two years, they tormented my husband and amputated pieces from him.  He has a weak heart, diabetes, and those cursed anesthetics ruined his nerves.    He's always cursing. I want to calm him down, but it only makes him angrier. He used to be a healthy man, always working, and suddenly he found himself in a wheelchair - how can you not worry? 

'He can't do anything without me, and he's always looking into my eyes'

- When did his health issues begin?

Natela: He's 69 years old now.  Diabetes was diagnosed when he was 66, and then things gradually took a turn for the worse.  He started having heart problems, and then gangrene set in.  Initially, they amputated one of his toes, then another... and finally, his foot. This relentless illness wouldn't let go of him and spread to his other leg.  Now he has no legs, and he's in a wheelchair, and I do everything for him.  Sometimes, I go without eating, leaving myself hungry, just to ensure he gets fed.

- How do you manage to cope, especially living in these conditions?

Natela: I've long forgotten about myself. As long as I'm alive, that's what matters.  Whether something hurts here or there, I don't pay much attention.  The last time I saw a doctor was probably 15 years ago, back when I had vision problems. Now, I'm completely blind in one eye, and the other eye can barely see. My main concern is my husband and his needs. Sometimes, I even go hungry to feed him.  But I understand that it's essential for me to remain strong to support him, so I try not to dwell on my own problems.

"Those beds are ancient; I can't even remember how many times they've been reinforced with welding"

- Natela, how does your husband cope with physical pain and stress?

Natela: It's very challenging, not only for him but for me as well. It's hard to watch him suffer, to see him get agitated over minor things.  The physical pain and stress wear him down. He's a strong person, but he can't bear all of this anymore. I pray to God that He won't let us lose our human dignity. I ask Him to give me the strength to take care of Teimuraz.

"My heart aches when I look at him. He's a strong man, and sometimes he can barely hold back tears from the pain"

- Does your faith in God help you cope with these difficulties?

Natela: Yes, our faith has always been an important part of our lives. We believe that God gives us the strength to endure these trials.  We pray and maintain hope for the best, which keeps our spirits up. 

- What words of support and hope would you like to convey to other people who may be in similar situations?

Natela: Don't hesitate to ask for help and remember that there are always those willing to help around you. You know, it's easier to ask strangers.  Acquaintances who know about your situation might help without even being asked. I would help in that way. So don't be shy. As it's said in the Bible: "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you." It's shameful to be angry and engage in theft, but it's not shameful to ask for help!

"Should a legless person lie on such a bed?"

- Natela, your story is truly touching and full of resilience. What could happen if we don't provide help for your family?

Natela: It would be a disaster! My husband has already lost both of his legs due to diabetes and gangrene. His heart is weak, and every surgery is a potential threat to his life. If we don't receive the necessary medications and food, all our efforts to survive could be in vain.

"My husband lost his legs, and I don't want him to lose his life"

- Besides medications and food, you probably need many other things. Don't hesitate to tell us everything!

Natela: Our beds are falling apart, we don't have a TV, a refrigerator, or a washing machine... but I can't even bring myself to ask for all of this. The wheelchair is in terrible state, and Teimuraz spends most of his time in it.

Sitting in this wreck is life-threatening

- I think, first and foremost, you should get yourself checked too! You must have your eyes examined! 

Natela: If I know that my husband is not hungry and has his medications, then I will think about myself. 

- Do you have children or relatives who take care of you?

Natela: I have a son and two daughters.  One of my daughters has health problems; she had a tumor removed. The other one is also struggling. Our son lives nearby and helps as much as he can, but he has his own family. In our country, you need to be wealthy to see doctors and get treatment. Otherwise, it's impossible to survive on a pension. 

"Why do I need eyes if my Teimuraz will feel unwell?"

- Have you always lived in such poverty?

Natela: I can't say that my childhood was carefree. We lived, barely making ends meet. I got married at 20. We've been together for 46 years now. I've cried so many bitter tears during this time - we didn't have proper housing or financial stability.  We struggled like this until old age. And then this misfortune happened on top of everything. Take care of your health, my dear ones; everything else is trivial! Remember the words of a much-suffering person! 

This story is not just about one family - it's a story about human life, suffering, and self-sacrifice for a loved one. What awaits us in the future if we don't show compassion and help those in need? We cannot watch people in our country suffer and die from diseases that could be treated. God sees our actions and our inaction.

Natela and her husband need our support now more than ever. Food, medication, beds, a television, refrigerator, and a washing machine are what they need most. 

If you are willing to visit this family and help them in person, here is their address: Khashuri, 9 Tsikarishvili Str.

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:

  - In Bank of Georgia GE42LB0115113036665000

  – In TBC Bank GE15TB7194336080100003;

  – In Liberty Bank GE42LB0115113036665000;

  (Purpose: The Meskhi family)

 You can also transfer money from our website:  TБC Bank (GeoPay), Bank of Georgia (e-commerce), Liberty Bank (PayGe),

It is also possible to transfer money from TBCpay, ExpressPay and PayBox (OPPA) 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 the help of strangers! Life is always unpredictable!

Even if you dial once this special number, it might save someone's life: it might save someone's life:  0901200270 !  God bless you!


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In Liberty Bank
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