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Inspiring Brothers Dwelling in Camsur Cave Dreams Comfy House

Where you are right now and what you have been through before should not hinder you from trying to reach your dreams, that’s what Jayson and Juan Garaña Jr. is trying to prove, two youngsters from Camarines Sur. After the typhoon Glenda has devastated their home in 2014, they had to find a place where they can stay.

The two boys found a cave and decided to live there together with their father. It was unknown to many that the boys had to walk 30 minutes from what they consider as their second home, the cave, to their school, until their class adviser Ms. Luningning Bagatua visited them last January 23, 2016.Because of her admiration towards the two boys, she decided to share their story in her facebook account in order to attract good individuals who can and are willing to help them.

In an interview with ABS-CBN, Ms. Bagatua cannot stop praising the students’ perseverance and willingness to attend to school every day despite the situation they are in. “Masigasig po silang mag-aral kasi alam ko po malayo ang lugar nila pero araw-araw po sila pumapasok maliban na lamang po kung may sakit,” According to her.

please read po in the name of ou Lord. during our home visitation last sat. jan. 23, 2015. kasama ko po ang mga kapwa ko...
Posted by Ning Bagatua on Sunday, January 24, 2016
(They are very diligent, I know their place is far but they manage to go to school every day, except when they are sick)

Teacher Bagatua’s post became viral, at present it has already earned over 21, 000 shares. Many good hearted individuals have pledged to extend their help to the brothers. One of them had agreed to sponsor the snacks of the boys.

Aside from their dream to become a soldier someday, Jayson and Juan Garaña Jr. also wanted to live in a more comfortable shelter. But for now, despite the absence of a real shelter the brothers are trying to live like any other normal kids, happy and content.

Contributor : Raine Corpuz