A mother’s love is the most unconditional and the purest love of all. No matter what they are going through, moms will always put their children first. She can be very supportive but, to see her children go out into the world will still make her worry. To be far from her kids is something that will make her heart suffer.
Recently a video shared Arif Rizwan has been making rounds on Twitter, showing the surprise his sister planned for their mother. His sister had quietly returned to Malaysia from London, two days before Hari Raya.
From the video, we can see that the whole family knew about it except the mom and oh boy, she got one of the biggest surprises of her life.
Initially, the mother asked Arif about it after accidentally seeing a silhouette of a woman in the house. However, after taking a proper look at the lady, immediately tears came running down.
I’m not crying, you are!
Both of the ladies shared a loving mother-daughter moment, hugging each other on the floor. Awwww!
Watch the full video here:
Two days before hari raya, my sister came home from London. Me and her planned to surprise our mom. Here’s her reaction pic.twitter.com/xTPNk2ilJw
— Estabon (@arifrizwn) June 14, 2019
For those who aren’t staying with your parents anymore, when was the last time you visited or called them? Please spend some time with them ok?
BRB, calling my mom.
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