This video shows the extraordinary example of Mohamed Bzeek, and his work as a foster father for children with terminal illness. Mohamed, a Libyan immigrant located in Los Angeles (USA), tries to dissipate the loneliness surrounding this children, whose illnesses prevent them from finding a foster family. He has experienced a battle with cancer as well, and is aware of the difficulties and the isolation these diseases can bring. His experience is an example of solidarity and good values, that teach us the need to be united and to support each other.
As Mohamed explains:
“We are human beings, and we should help each other. It doesn’t matter what kind of help, financially, spiritually, medically… Any help you can help with, you should help, because you are a human being and we are supposed to help each other, it doesn’t matter what color, what religion, what country.”