I Wait For My 5 Year Old Son To Come Back Home And Teach Me Whatever He Learns At School

Kumar Vishal

April 2nd, 2015 / 10:30 AM

“I never went to school. I’ve always been a little slow when it comes to learning but my family gave up on me and they weren’t willing to spend money on my education since that wouldn’t benefit them. So now every evening I wait for my 5 year old son to come back home and teach me whatever he learns at school… and he’s never given up on me.”

via – Humans of Pune


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