Disabled man’s request for ‘normal person’ photo edit gets heartwarming messages

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PETALING JAYA: A disabled businessman wished to see what he looks like if he had been born “normal”, so he recently took to social media to ask Malaysians to help edit a picture of him and his family.

"Can someone please edit my picture so that I look perfect like a normal person? I really want to see it," said Faiz Noor when sharing a picture of himself next to his wife and two children in a post on Facebook's Edit Apa Hari Ini group.

Faiz's post has since been flooded with many heartwarming messages.

“Alhamdullilah, you look perfect, no editing needed,” commented account user who is a follower of “Ustaz Azhar Idrus”.

Many extended their prayers to Faiz and his family.

"This is the first time all of us in this group were touched by a post, normally we would be laughing together (looking at the editing results). Whatever it is, I pray that this brother and his family will be rewarded with good health and children," said Laili Yusnita.

Admittedly shocked by the responses, Faiz said he hoped that the heartwarming moment would motivate others like him to never feel bad about themselves and to always stay positive.

“I am not extraordinary, I am just a normal guy and I only wish to share my experiences hoping that I can benefit those with disabilities who feel like they were mistreated.

“Yesterday when I posted in the group everyone showed me their support, even those who never commented in the group, they too prayed for me.

"I really appreciate all the comments, likes and shares," he said in a live session shared later on.

Faiz's post has since garnered over 1,500 shares and 3,800 comments.

Original post : https://www.facebook.com/groups/1345304215887047/permalink/1583468308737302/

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