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The children were afraid, hiding behind my back and asking, "who is this man?"

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April 11, 2024
Thirty-five-year-old Georgy had to undergo six surgeries in a year. Outsmarting death became his main occupation. Neither he nor the doctors understand how he is still alive. According to all medical rules and common sense, with cancer, severe internal bleeding, blood loss, and failure of vital organs, he should have been gone long ago. But his two little daughters, Nitsa and Anita, outsmarted both death and all the laws of science, and wrote a "new law" for their beloved father, under which he simply has no right to die. Even after everything he has been through! “Giorgi has been cheating death for a year now... the score is now 6:0 in Giorgi's favor."
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Thirty-five-year-old Georgy had to undergo six surgeries in a year. Outsmarting death became his main occupation. Neither he nor the doctors understand how he is still alive. According to all medical rules and common sense, with cancer, severe internal bleeding, blood loss, and failure of vital organs, he should have been gone long ago. But his two little daughters, Nitsa and Anita, outsmarted both death and all the laws of science, and wrote a "new law" for their beloved father, under which he simply has no right to die. Even after everything he has been through!

“Giorgi has been cheating death for a year now... the score is now 6:0 in Giorgi's favor."

Nitsa: And we figured out how to 'revive' dad. You just need to get him to promise, before every surgery, that he'll come home and play with us, and he keeps that promise! He's always fulfilled our requests.

Anita (7-year-old): Soon he'll come back again and say, 'My darlings, my joys, my little Anita and Nitsa.'  He always says that..."

Nitsa (6-year-old): Do you remember when we didn't recognize him once? (chuckles) We thought he was some other uncle at our house.

Ketevan: They talk about their father all day long. They adore him. Everyone adores him. There's simply no kinder person on earth.  That's why we fight so hard for him and believe in miracles!

"And we came up with a 'new rule' for dad! He can't die because before every surgery, he promises us that he will definitely come back home."

- How did it all happen?  How did you find out about the illness?

Giorgi: I never had any health issues. I ended up at the doctor completely by chance - I needed to undergo a routine examination. I was perfectly healthy. I wasn't even bothered by anything - not that I felt any pain. During the ultrasound examination of the abdominal cavity, the doctor noticed something... and then it all started. Accepting the fact that I had some formation in my body, the size of a chicken egg, was very hard.  If there had been any symptoms, I would have at least been somewhat prepared for it. But this diagnosis - pancreatic cancer - was a shock to me! It was like being doused with icy water. And they also said it needed to be removed urgently. That the formation was growing rapidly and would kill me in a matter of days. 

"We were the happiest ... and I never felt sick."

- My God!  How did you cope with such a blow?

Giorgi: What else could I do? I was more worried about the children, my wife, and my mother. I kept thinking about how they would cope without me. I can't live a day without my family, and then this happened. And they don't say anything positive. There make no prognoses. When they took me to surgery, I said goodbye to everyone. It was a tough operation. The tumor had invaded the artery... the doctors fought for my life for 12 hours. I survived. 1:0 in my favor. I defeated death. But it doesn't give up... 

- What do you mean?

Giorgi: When they transferred me to the ward, I started bleeding profusely. Apparently, my artery didn't want to heal. It was very fragile. They performed another surgery on me... and then another... I lost so much blood that one by one, my organs began to fail.

"I underwent 6 surgeries. There's no living space left on my body... the fact that I'm alive is simply a miracle."

Ketevan: Giorgi spent two months in the intensive care unit. The pain, medication, and illness had so worn him down and changed him that when we were discharged and returned home, the girls, who were waiting for their father, didn't recognize him. Out of fear, they hid behind me and asked in a terrified voice, "Who is this man? Is he going to live with us now?"

 Giorgi: Not only the children, but I myself was afraid of my reflection in the mirror... I couldn't walk properly, moved around hunched over. I looked like a ghost... then I locked myself in the room and didn't let anyone in. But then with time, the children got used to it, and I did too. The doctors say they still can hardly believe that I'm alive and walking on my own, but you see, miracles happen when you are deeply loved. 

 "These are our hearts with dad, together.  And I will draw him every day until the paper runs out!"

-  How you lived before the operation and how you're coping now, Giorgi?

Giorgi: I worked, supported my family. I even drove taxis. Just to make sure my family and daughters had everything they needed. But now we're completely without means of livelihood.  When I'll be able to live a full life again – I don't know yet. Relatives and acquaintances did everything possible, gathered and gave me all their savings so I could undergo the surgeries... but now there's no one else to ask for help.  That's why we decided to turn to you.

- You've just undergone the last operation.  How did it go?

Giorgi: It was the most complicated one. They took me to the operating room at 10 in the morning, and they finished patching me up only at 3 in the morning...

- And you still manage to joke? It's good that you have such a positive attitude.

Giorgi: Well, what else can I do? The doctors say it's a miracle that I'm alive. That it's a gift from God. How can I be anything but grateful? I have a chance to spend some more time with my family.  I don't know how long God has given me. I had other plans for my life, but you see, it's no good to think ahead and worry. You need to wake up every day thanking God and rejoicing. No matter how much you're hurting, no matter how bad things may seem, another day is another chance to express gratitude to the Almighty and to express love to your family. 

"This is how we will hold Daddy and not let him go anywhere... let death not even think of taking him away from us."

- How can we help you in your fight?

Giorgi: This surgery was very complex, and recovering from it won't be easy. I ask everyone to stand by me and help me get through this difficult situation. We have absolutely no resources left. It's even hard for us to feed the children now. Not to mention the costly tests, medications, and visits to doctors.

Nitsa: Anita and I are collecting money for Dad's treatment. We've already collected a lot! A whole 27 lari and 30 tetri!  Do you know how many candies you can buy with that? But we're not buying candies – we're collecting money for Dad. Do you think this will be enough for Dad to always be alive? 

"We'll collect a lot of money in the piggy bank so that our dad becomes like he was before, and so that nothing hurts him."

- I think we need a little more; many kind aunts and uncles will also help you with the collections.

Nitsa: Will they also put money in our piggy bank? It's small!  If you have a big piggy bank, it is better to let them collect there. Maybe we'll save up for a bicycle too?

Anita: And for a tablet... and a little bit for ice cream!

"I beg you, help me return to my family and hug my daughters."

Life often throws us challenges that seem insurmountable. Facing illness, death, and suffering can shake even the strongest faith in oneself and in God. However, the story of Giorgi and his family is a tale of resilience, unwavering faith, and love, which allows us to reconsider the meaning of life and its value.

Giorgi, a 35-year-old father of two beautiful daughters, faced an illness that by all medical predictions should have led to his death. Pancreatic cancer, profuse internal hemorrhaging, blood loss, failure of vital organs - he endured all of these severe trials in a short period of time. But what keeps him fighting despite all the obstacles? The faith of his daughters, Nitsa and Anita, and the boundless love for his family.

Giorgi's children, by the will of fate, became his support and source of strength. They invented their own law to keep their father from dying. A simple ritual - to take a promise from their father before every surgery that he would come home and play with them - became their salvation. Their faith in miracles, their love for their father, compelled Giorgi to fight until his last breath, despite everything.

Giorgi's story reminds us that no one is immune to illness or disaster. We must remember that every minute of life is important. Let us join Giorgi and his family in their struggle. By helping others, we increase the strength of our own souls and create a world where everyone can hope for a miracle and love.

If you are willing to visit the family and help them in person, here is their address: Tbilisi, Gladani VII microdistrict, 5, Apartemnt 6.

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 GE64BG0000000470458000

  – In TBC Bank GE15TB7194336080100003

  – In Liberty Bank GE42LB0115113036665000;

  (Purpose: Giorgi Teteboshvili)

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

It is also possible to transfer money from ExpressPay, TBCpay, 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!

 Corr.: Nino  

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