- A man recently headed online to share a heartfelt post about how his relationship progressed over the years
- The heartwarming and romantic post features pictures of him and his wife who were only children when they first met
- Many people absolutely loved the sweet post and quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
Love is a very beautiful thing and even more beautiful when it stands the test of time and thrives against all odds. A South African man recently headed online to share a sweet post about his love that started many years ago.
The post which was made by the man with the Twitter handle @TheLifeZoomer features pictures of himself and his wife when they were only children and a recent one.
@TheLifeZoomer captioned the pictures:
"I wish to share a rare short personal story. Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud."
The post soon got over 1,000 likes as many of his followers reacted to it. They also shared thoughtful comments in the comment section. Read some of them below:
"Well done Dade Tshuma. Taboka zubhodho. I bet you frequently read this humongous marriage manual."
"Haa Mimi love yenyu iyi yakapera kuma90s I have a friend who used to always say that, now that he is married I want to ask him kuti saka wakazowanawo inenge yekuma90s here are genuine and true. Anyway beautiful couple, we wish more grace and years pavaviri ava"
In a similar heartwarming Legit.ng news, they say that true love knows no boundaries and they might just be right. When 75-year-old Wilson Williams saw 24-year-old student Terzel Rasmus sitting by herself at a Langarm dance they were both attending, he decided to offer her some company - and soon he was offering her a whole lot more.
After meeting each other that beautiful night, the two of them pretty much fell head over heels, and not long thereafter they were dating to be married - despite an age gap of 51 whole years and most people frowning at their union.
The couple who are now 29 and 80 are still more in love than ever and have cultivated a relationship built on love, mutual respect, and of course a fondness for each other that Terzel finds hard to describe.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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