- Social media was set buzzing as a father shared the heart-touching letter his little son had dropped off for him
- The man said the content of the letter is the single greatest privilege of his life
- Many say the letter is a beautiful piece and described it as a motivation to them
It seems little kids are now taking to express their appreciation to their parents by leaving them surprise letters and Vusi Thembekwayo's case is the latest.
The proud dad took to Linkedln in a joyous mood to share a shot of the emotional letter his young son left him at his office desk in the house.
He described the letter as the single greatest achievement in his life and appreciated God for making him a father.
Thembekwayo, a public speaker wrote:
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"Found this on home office desk today.
"Keep all the money, adulation, praise, businesses & jobs in the world. This is the single greatest privilege of my life, that God saw fit to trust me to raise another soul.
"This is what matters."
In the said letter, the son professed his love for his dad saying he is the best father any boy could have.
Yuvesh Manick reacted:
"Wow this made me cry... lost my dad on the 26th off December due to covid... My Dad was my hero. THE MAN WITH A PLAN..The late and Great MR KRISH MANICK."
A lady Portia Thokoane wrote:
"True, it is what you do at home when the world is not looking that really matters. So fulfilling."
Andre Oberholzer commented:
"This hits home in the most beautiful way. That’s the real measure of worth or wealth."
Paul Mwirigi Muriungi said:
"This is heart warming... Best motivation you have also shared with us! Keep it Baba!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian mum identified as Linda had received love notes and money from her kids ahead of Valentine’s Day.
The obviously excited woman said the love was too pure and that it felt good to know how much she was appreciated by her kids.
She also shared photos of their love notes and revealed to Legit.ng that the kids left the notes by her bedside.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2