Sight of mother, son playing on road touches motorist’s heart

By: - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ
/ 10:11 PM April 14, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — “I was suddenly reminded at how powerful a mother’s love toward her children has no need for material things.”

This was how Facebook user Ameniel Del Mundo described his reaction on seeing a mother and child happily playing on a traffic island as he was driving through on Airport Road under the NAIA Expressway in Parañaque.


Del Mundo told INQUIRER.net that he was stuck in traffic last Tuesday, April 9, while grappling with work issues on his mind when he spotted the mother and child.

“I was stressed by some issues in my business when I saw the child playing with his mom and the mother grabbed the child and played with him as well,” Del Mundo said in an interview via Facebook Messenger on Saturday. “The two were playing happily at the island while I was grumbling about my situation inside the car.”


Proof that happiness is a choice. 🙂Edit: This mother and her son were found playing in the middle of heavy traffic at…

Posted by Ameniel Del Mundo on Thursday, April 11, 2019

Del Mundo, however, said he did not have a chance to talk to both the mother and son as he was stuck in traffic.

Days later, Del Mundo said the two were nowhere to be found when he returned to the place. But he was hoping to can see them again next week.

“They might be moving around since I tried to came back on Friday and Saturdays, but they were nowhere to be found, will come back this week since I remember their faces very well,” he said.

As of posting, the photo had around 23,000 likes and 20,000 shares.



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