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There Is Nothing Stronger Than Maternal Love In The World! A Story That Became Known Around The World

In 2006 a terrible car accident happened in Shandong Province, eastern China. The victim of the crash was a 36-year-old local resident Wang Shubao. After the strongest injuries the man got paralyzed and fell into a coma.

His mother, Wei Minying, was the only relative the man had. At that time of the accident she was 63 years old. Since that fateful day the elderly woman did not leave the bed of her sick son.

Van is all she has. Her spouse died when her son was still a child. Wei dedicated all her life to raising her son. And after that car crash when Van needed her like never before, she was there for him.

For many years the woman was living according to a certain schedule: she was getting up at 5 am, washing her son, feеding him, doing massage, turning him from side to side so he woud not develop bedsores. But the woman never complained and bravely passed all the trials, although sometimes there was almost no money left for her own food.

The woman believed and waited that one day her son would wake up. And her mother’s heart did not deceive her. After 12 years of being in a coma, Van woke up. The first thing he saw was his 75-year-old mother’s face, who cried with happiness.

The man cannot yet speak and move, but he concentrates his eyes on his mother and smiles. The woman believes that her son understands her speech.

The woman bravely declares that she will do everything in her power! She really hopes that someday her son can call her mom again.

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