Talk about a feel good!
For more than two decades, Mohamed Bzeek has quietly cared for children who are frequently neglected.
Usually it's ill foster children who can't see, hear, or talk and have little time left to experience hope and love.
Since 1995, Bzeek has buried 10 disabled foster children in addition to his wife.
His wife Dawn, who passed two years ago use to care for foster children when the two first met. After they married, they agreed to devote their time to enhancing the lives of the most vulnerable.
Even after she passed, he said it seemed natural to continue.
He also has a son, Adam, 19 who has a brittle bone disease.
Since he is unable to use his hands much, his father helps him complete his homework and perform simple tasks.
Bzeek is often asked "Why do you do this?" He said the answer is simple. "Even if these children cannot communicate or see or hear, they have a soul. They need somebody to love them. I tell them, It will be okay- I am here for you. We will go through this together."
Since sharing his heartwarming story, many have asked for his GO FUND ME page. You can find it by clicking, HERE. Thank you for helping him help others.