Unconditional love to a child that isn't yours - Jona Shares

Mar 11, 2019

Unconditional love to a child that isn't yours



Unconditional love to a child that isn't yours


I was indeed inspired by the Touch of Care story by Vicks Philippines that I watched over Facebook. My heart melts after watching it. For me, inspiring videos such as this should be really promoted on social media. Love, acceptance and positivity and not fake news or whatsoever...

I salute Agnes for her unconditional love to Jason. I am sure it is not as easy as what we think. With all the sacrifices and how she struggle in her everyday life. Adding to the heartbreak more are those people around them who judge and belittle them. So sad. Reality bites.

If you haven't watch it yet, here is the video:




This is a four minutes video story about a child who was born with HIV infection. When his mom died from the disease, the four month old baby was handed by his immediate family to Agnes, his mom’s best friend. You would see and feel in the story how Agnes later on found out about the child’s condition. Instead of turning away from the unexpectedly difficult situation, she committed to raise him and showered him with love and care. 


It was the start of a beautiful life transformation for the two; showing how Agnes fought for the child’s life against all ridicule and discrimination from the people around them. And with Agnes’ unfaltering love and care, Jason is now four years old and his HIV infection lays dormant in his body.


Unconditional love to a child that isn't yours



Sharing Agnes’ story  will definitely create a ripple effect that inspires people to look past the current beliefs, social norms, definitions, and stereotypes placed on people, and ultimately creates a transformative power of care. This creates societal awareness for children born with HIV in order to change society’s beliefs and perspectives towards them. 











Sharing my personal insights about the same thing. Loving a child that isn't actually yours could really be possible.

Two years  ago, a bunch of angel came to our lives. He lost her mom and his father couldn't afford to take care of the two kids and the rest is history.







Time flies and they are growing fast...  Since then, our every day turned out differently. Waking up in the midnight to make some milk,  and changing diapers from time to time.Yes, it was never easy but who would not be in love with these kids who will always bless, kiss and hug you from time to time and will say "lab lab" (Love, Love) which means hugging so tight to them.





Now he is turning three and loves singing and dancing. He also loves being praised by his basketball skills. Haha I hope he would still be like this until he gets old.



We may never know until when he would be with us, but a long as he needs some care and guidance. We will be always here for him. He may lost his mom but he have his Mama Lanie, Mommy Beth and Daddy Dante, Lolo Pogi, Lola Beauty and Lola Grace.




Let's spread some love and why not share your own touch of care story.


Share your story in comments.




16 comments:

  1. wow this is such a powerful post- thank you for being so open and sharing about your story! so glad you were there at the right time for your sweet boy!

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  2. It always moves me to tears to read a story like this one. I have an adopted son and I love him just as much as my other children that I gave birth to. What a moving story!

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  3. Glad there was someone who was willing to take an innocence child and love and raise him. Good reminder to love everyone.

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  4. How sweet! He sounds like a great kid. And I just love these photos. That last one is absolutely stunning.

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  5. What a movie and special post. He's lucky to have so many people in his life who love and adore him.

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  6. I have often wondered what would have happened if I could not have children. Would I love an adopted child? You are an inspiration to us all.

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  7. This is such a beautiful post, I am an adopted child and my parents have shown me nothing but unconditional love and I put them through a lot.

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  8. That is a beautiful video! I wish more people were like you and Agnes and stepped up for kids when they need them the most.

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  9. We finished watching Instant family the other day and I legit cried because you can love anyone if you truly wanted too. Love this post
    Kita Bryant

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  10. What an amazing lityle boy. I hope he continues to enjoy love and support from his mama. She is a blessing in his life. What a beautiful story.

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  11. What a beautiful, touching post. I was really moved by your story. Adopting a child is one of the best, most amazing things a family can do!

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  12. I love this story. I was only able to conceive once, so I always wanted to adopt but it wasn't in the cards for us.

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  13. I was adopted, so it is definitely something I can relate to. I enjoyed reading about your journey and your story.

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  14. Your story is inspiring. We took care of some kids before and they are all grown ups.

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  15. What a beautiful story is yours! A child is always a blessing!And it doesn't matter if it's your or not!

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  16. I don't have kids and have unconditional love for all of my nieces and nephews!! I call them my babies because I feel like they are!!

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