As we grow up, sometimes it’s natural for siblings to drift apart.
Brothers and sisters get their own partners, have children and make families of their own.
Add in the obstacle of being separated by thousands of miles and staying in close contact with siblings can become a real challenge.
“I live in Jamaica and my brother is in the USA staying with other relatives,” says Ding user Kimberly.
“He means the world to me. He is kind, humble, loving and goes out of his way to please everyone. He puts in the extra work to ensure that he provide for his family, very hardworking individual.”
Kimberly’s fondness and respect for her brother is clear when she speaks about him but she admits that it is difficult not having him close by.
“We see each other two times a year for Christmas and summer. I miss him so much words can't express how I feel.
“The hardest part for us to keep in touch; being able to buy credit monthly is important so we can communicate with each other daily.
“Ding helps me to connect with him through Whatsapp, Facebook and regular calls. “
Despite being able to top-up each other’s mobile phones, challenges still remain for Kimberly and mainly people around the world who are separated from loved ones.
“Unfortunately I won’t be hearing from him for a while because he lost his job and he has no credit.”
“He works double to ensure that he provides for his family so I believe Christ will take him through his wilderness where he will no longer have to feel any pain or suffer.
“I love my brother dearly and would do anything to make him happy. Because no other love is greater than family love.”
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