A son took his father to a restaurant to enjoy a delicious dinner.
His father was of advanced age, and therefore, a little weak, too.
While he was eating, a little bit of food fell from time to time on his shirt and his trousers.
The other diners watched the older man with their faces distorted in disgust, but his son remained totally calm.
Once both were done eating, the son, without being remotely ashamed, helped his father by taking him to the restroom.
He cleaned up the leftovers from his wrinkled face, and tried to wash the stains of food from his clothes.
He lovingly combed his hair gray and I finally got his glasses cleaned. On the way out of the restroom, a profound silence reigned in the restaurant.
The son was going to pay the bill and get ready to escort his father out of the restaurant.
Just then a man rose from his chair among the diners, and asked the son "don't you think that you've left something here? "
The young man replied, "No, I haven't missed anything".
Then the stranger said to him, " Yes you've left something! You left here a lesson for each child, and hope for every parent!"
The entire restaurant was so quiet, you could hear a pin drop.
One of the biggest honors that exists, is the ability to take care of those older adults who cared for us. Our parents, and all those elderly who sacrificed their lives, with time, money, effort and unconditional love.
They deserve our utmost respect.