Thai Farmer Worked His Whole Life So His Son Could Go To College

Thai Farmer Worked His Whole Life So His Son Could Go To College

It’s not hard to describe what it is about these photos that make them so profound, but one word that immediately came to mind was ‘sacrifice’. Judging by these photos we can only assume this is a father who devoted his own life in one of the most difficult and low paid jobs in order to send his son through college.

 

According to comments posted on Thai forum Pantip, the father lost his wife during childbirth and spent every day of his life working hard to support his son.

Thai Farmer Worked His Whole Life So His Son Could Go To College

The young man posing with his father graduated from Ratchpatr University in Chiang Rai (northern Thailand).

Thai Farmer Worked His Whole Life So His Son Could Go To College

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    1. Incredibly proud moment for the son; God Bless his Dad for the unconditional love, devotion & commitment he put in to raising his son to be the proud scholar he is today, proudly posing for these pictures in his beautiful graduation ceremonial clothes whilst he loves and accepts his hard working Dad posing in all he obviously has … his work clothes.
      Sincere good wishes to this wonderful father/son team & now that the son has graduated, may he be able to care for & provide the luxuries & comforts for his Dad that he deserves in his old age.
      Congratulations to both father and son & May you both lived the blessed lives you so deserve. Namaste ✨🙏🏽✨

  1. May this father and his son be healthy, happy and prosperous in life. And may the father live long enough to see, play with and impart his knowledge & wisdom to his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Blessings to both of you…and Blessings to the mother who has passed on. May Divine Creator Bless this family, their ancestors and their descendant in the Name of Christ. Amen.
    Namaste.

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