Help Little Orphan Nithin

Help Little Orphan Nithin

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Little 8 year old Nithin hardly knew his father, Niranjan is a small shop owner who suffered from an undiagnosed major depressive disorder. His wife left him 3 years ago taking little Nithin with her. He suffered alone..

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7 months ago

Little 8 year old Nithin hardly knew his father, Niranjan is a small shop owner who suffered from an undiagnosed major depressive disorder. His wife left him 3 years ago taking little Nithin with her. He suffered alone...fighting his own demons with solitude and alcohol...ultimately, when he became sober for his son's sake, and did stay sober for six months expecting to meet his little Nithy ..as he is known...he went to bed dreaming of seeing his son, holding him in his hands, giving him the plastic car he bought.....drifting into dreams.....and never woke up. The neighbours found him dead yesterday....It was heart breaking to see young NIthin lead the funeral procession...not knowing his father is never going to return...As fellow human beings, we have a right to help young Nithin go to school..become a young male who can support his mother and live unto his dada's expectations....our role in this tragic human drama is ..to just donate whatever we can..to help little NIthin achieve his dreams...and goals

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7 months ago

Update #1

Little 8 year old Nithin hardly knew his father, Niranjan is a small shop owner who suffered from an undiagnosed major depressive disorder. His wife left him 3 years ago taking little Nithin with her. He suffered alone...fighting his own demons with solitude and alcohol...ultimately, when he became sober for his son's sake, and did stay sober for six months expecting to meet his little Nithy ..as he is known...he went to bed dreaming of seeing his son, holding him in his hands, giving him the plastic car he bought.....drifting into dreams.....and never woke up. The neighbours found him dead yesterday....It was heart breaking to see young NIthin lead the funeral procession...not knowing his father is never going to return...As fellow human beings, we have a right to help young Nithin go to school..become a young male who can support his mother and live unto his dada's expectations....our role in this tragic human drama is ..to just donate whatever we can..to help little NIthin achieve his dreams...and goals

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