Our minors are the postponement of ourselves that we didn’t even know we needed until the moment they were born–so it becomes basic parental inclination to make the well-being of our babes above our own.
Nothing has brought that faith to light-headed relatively like the most recent Hurricane Harvey disaster, as one mom even sacrificed her own life to ensure her daughter was not engulfed by the raging inundate waters.
Dajauh Zhane Henix’s dedication to her own daughter’s refuge was no less heroic.
And this time, the tale has a fortunate terminating, through the aid of the social media beings the hell is Facebook and the all-powerful miracle man that is our God.
Earlier this week, Dajauh spotted herself stranded in neck-deep waters with her “girls ” in Harris County, Texas, as they awaited a save craft to retrieve them. When help finally came, the concerned baby wanted to make sure her baby got out of harm’s highway firstly, so she handed her to a police officer who instantly drove off. Though pained to be separated from her daughter, Dajauh was just happy that she was in safe hands.
Thankfully, another patrolman from the Harris County Police Department was able to come to her extricate shortly after.
But the moment Dajauh reached the boat, her center plummeted into her stomach. She realized that her ship was manager in one tack, and her little girl was leader the OPPOSITE way.
Her initial feeling of solace swiftly turned into panick.
With no clue how to move her child down amidst the hurricane chaos, she decided to go out on a limb and announce a plea on social media.
What she DIDN’T know is that she wasn’t the only one on the hunt!
The man who rescued her, Constable Christopher E. Diaz, also took to Facebook in an effort to reunite the pair.
“We are trying to find the mother to this child, ” he wrote. “The mother was last insured wearing a violet shirt on South Lake Houston parkway.”
To Dajauh’s surprise, the social media howls for help be paid for!
Hundreds of manner strangers collaborated to get her baby girl safely back in her arms.
After the latter are reunited, Diaz posted once more to entrust the mother’s selfless wars on behalf of her daughter.
“This mother did what any great parent would do, ” he wrote. “She recognise how fast and deep the water current was … She leant her baby’s life ahead of her own and asked for us to make the babe to higher field. The child was in great hands, and we built sure she was reunited with her Mother.”
Facebook useds resembled the homage of the fearles mummy and the protecting mitt of God over her little one.
And no one could deny the capacity that the Internet and modern engineering played in orchestrating the reunion.
“Wow…the power of the internet drew this family back together in about an hrs extent of season, ” wrote Jamie Batt. “Imagine 50 years ago, it would have been a lot harder to locate the mother. Technology is amazing.”
In a epoch where Facebook is often used to start’ statement wars’ and cyberbully, it’s so cool to see it instead accompany their own families back together.
Social media is only a vessel. We prescribe its function. We can use it to tear one another down, or to fetch strangers across the world together for good.
Like these fine kinfolks, make us ever elect the latter. [?] strong>