Georgian lepers living in hell!
August 5, 2021 1709
Friends, when you see what a life these unfortunates have, you will certainly get horrified! They are lepers. Not for us - people who know that there is God, but for officials who are obliged to help them! Will we leave them in trouble and turn our backs on them as well? Just look at the photo.
I died for the first time at the age of 9, and...
"How is this possible?" - you will probably ask. Mzia Dzamukashvili knows the answer to this question very well. She first died at the age of 9 when she went blind. Her world was gone. Her childhood ended and her life ended too. Mzia buried and mourned her dreams. And then she was resurrected for another life - in eternal darkness. She learned to live by touch - to walk, read, recognize other people. She learned not to dream about great joys. Her fate was like an evil stepmother, it was not going to give her love, the joy of motherhood, happiness.
I’ll go up the wall with pain!
Nona Turashvili, 53, plains. Her voice is constantly trembling. She does her best to hold back her tears, but at some point, the poor woman can't stand it. She puts her head on her hands and bursts into tears... There is so much grief and pain! She keeps crying...
I know where God lives!
Mariam is having a hard time. She is ill. She is not like others. She can talk, read, write, dream, like her peers, but since her childhood she cannot walk. Can you imagine, friends, how hard it is for her family, living in in complete poverty, to see her suffering? They are so poor that they cannot help her!
When I've gone blind, it seemed like they...
“I wake up, sit down ... While sitting I say to myself: “Well, are you still alive? Can we handle it today? Do you want to eat? Let's go shopping". It has lasted 11 years! After my TV went out of order, I have been lost completely. I don't know when the day comes, when the night comes, what date it is. I go out and wait until someone greets me to ask them what day it is, what time it is, what is happening in the world ... Then I pick myself up, take my stick and go to the nearest store to buy some bread. Though I'm blind, I still need food. The store seems to be close, but it takes me three hours to get there. Sometimes a cow butts me, or I run into something, fall down, lose my orientation, turn off the road...
If I die, no one will even know about it...
"I worked all my life, fighting for survival... This accursed disease broke me, deprived me of the opportunity to earn the bread for the day" sighs Lela, 51. At the age of 43, when the poor woman worked at a construction site, a large board fell on her head. Soon she had a stroke... Lela was left speechless for a long time. As a result, she is disabled, changing rented apartments, living in terrible conditions, suffering from loneliness, hunger, cold ... And she has absolutely no one to ask for help.
I don't know if when I wake up I will...
“Pain stabs me again and again ... And every step is like torture ...” - says Teona, mother of 5-year-old Demetre and 14-year-old Luka. Her eyes are full of tears and inconsolable despair. "Everything I love hangs in the balance ... Doctors have not been able to diagnose me for more than a year, and we have already spent absolutely everything on consultations, tests, examinations, and there is still no end to this ... Oh woe, woe!" Teona raised her eyes to the sky, and tears streamed down her cheeks. “Mommy, I won't give you to anyone, ever,” says 5-year-old Demetre and hugs his mom tightly. What is multiple sclerosis? Teona answers this way: "Tomorrow, when I wake up, I don't know if I will remember that these are my children ..."