It's always heartwarming to witness such compassion and kindness. The video of an Indian Aunty helping a visually-impaired Malay patient at the Sultan Abdul Halim Hospital in Kedah has recently gone viral on TikTok and has garnered the attention of netizens.

According to the person who posted the video, the Malay woman was admitted to the hospital due to kidney failure.

“She is a visually impaired woman, so my mum helped her to eat.”

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The mother was also seen attending to other patients’ needs afterward. The short clip amassed over 1 Million Views with 105.1 K likes and thousands of heartwarming comments lauding the Aunt's kindness.

Indeed, amazing to see the beautiful ripple effect of kindness and compassion. The video of an elderly Aunt's selfless gesture of helping a stranger across the street regardless of their cultural or religious background has been shared widely, leaving many inspired. The heartfelt comments left by users serve as a reminder of the importance of love and empathy in our lives.

“This is the meaning of love from the heart regardless of skin colour, race, and religion.” - Syarifa7475

“Proof of manners and glory is not in the colour of skin or race but in the heart,” wrote Pasandaribonda.

We are amazed by the power of social media. After a video of a mother's daughter being admitted to a hospital ward went viral, the users showed their support and wished good health for the woman and her daughter.

The Aunt was deeply moved by the outpouring of kindness and support, and in a subsequent video, she thanked the social media users for their encouraging words and expressed her surprise that her daughter was filming her.

It's indeed heart-warming to see the well-wishes for both the woman and her daughter's health, and it's lovely to hear the mother's gratitude for the encouraging words from social media users. Such stories remind us of the power of simple acts of kindness in making the world a better place.

Source: TikTok , Malay Mail