We consume a number of content in the form of videos on social media, however, this particular video of a Pakistani woman giving Biryani to a special boy will melt your heart.
Identified as Krish, the specially-abled balloon seller was seen selling his balloons at the side of the road. A woman, who was identified as Faiza Naeem, stops by him and gives him food.
The Pakistani woman is heard having a sweet conversation with the young lad and helps him pack the condiments. The act brings a smile to the boy’s face and lights up his world.
After handing over the food, she proceeds to ask him how much the balloons cost. She then purchases his entire stock and as gratitude, the sweet boy pinches her cheeks and thanks her.
The identified Pakistani woman, Faiza Naeem is a voice-over artist, social activist, coach, counsellor, and hypnotist. In the caption of the viral video, she described the moment as “the best moment of my life.”
Pakistan Woman Treats Special Boy to Food
Krish was once again fortunate to meet up with Naeem, who took him to a restaurant for food. He is seen in a few different clips enjoying his time with her and eating additional items including a bowl of ice cream.
Pakistanis & Charity
Pakistan is a country that is often in the news for political unrest and socio-economic challenges. However, one aspect of the nation that is often overlooked is the generosity and charitable spirit of its people.
Pakistanis are known to be one of the most charitable people in the world, and the country itself is ranked as one of the top charitable nations.
Pakistanis have a deep sense of compassion and empathy for those who are less fortunate. They are always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need, whether it be through donating money, time, or resources.
According to a report by the Charities Aid Foundation, Pakistan is ranked as the 4th most charitable nation in the world, with a whopping 83% of the population donating to charity.
One of the most significant examples of Pakistani generosity was during the devastating earthquake that hit Pakistan in 2022. The entire nation came together to help those affected by the disaster.
People donated money, food, and clothes, while others volunteered their time to help in rescue efforts. The response was so overwhelming that the government had to request people to stop donating, as there was more aid than the affected areas could handle.
Similarly, during the COVID-19 pandemic, Pakistanis once again showed their charitable spirit. As the government struggled to provide aid to those in need, individuals and organizations stepped up to help.
Donations poured in, and volunteers worked tirelessly to provide food and medical supplies to those who were affected by the pandemic.
It is not just during times of crisis that Pakistanis show their generosity. Charitable giving is a part of their daily lives, and they often donate to religious organizations, educational institutions, and hospitals.
Pakistanis also have a culture of giving Zakat, a religious obligation for Muslims, which requires them to donate a portion of their wealth to those in need.
Pakistanis living abroad also contribute significantly to charity organizations in Pakistan. According to a report by the Overseas Pakistanis Foundation, Pakistanis living abroad sent a whopping $24.2 billion in remittances to Pakistan in 2020.
These remittances have helped provide a significant boost to the economy and have contributed to numerous charitable organizations.
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