In these trying times of coronavirus pandemic, people are tried in many different ways. Our daily, weekly, and monthly routines are in shambles, and many are forced to adapt to the changes. One of the most common challenges for most of us is having to do without our grooming that was, up to this point, done by caring professionals. Now with haircare professionals waiting on the sidelines, one could automatically assume that no-one would care for the hair. But there’s always someone that cares.

Take, for example, this pair of 92-year-olds, who are not only parents and grandparents, but also great-grandparents. They’re also great husband and wife, as you’ll soon find out. Due to being in a risk-group of people to whom the contraction of the disease may have stark consequences, it’s no wonder why grandma had to forgo her hair dying appointment. And due to them being married for 67 years, it’s also not surprising why Ezra, her husband, would take it on himself to take care of his wife’s hair.

The moment was shared by his grandson Israeli Yael Shapira Avraham, on Facebook. It said: “These are my 92-year-old grandparents. In all situations, my grandfather is concerned about my grandmother feeling well cared for. We don’t see things like that every day.” Soon enough, the photo went viral, with the original share reaching nearly 60k likes.

Putting social media fame aside, the picture has a more pure and sensitive message behind it. “My grandfather always worried about seeing my grandmother well; the love between the two inspires our whole family. It was beautiful to see the image of my grandfather dying my grandmother’s hair because anyone can see in this photo the meaning of the true love, “- Yael said to Bored Panda. And just to get the scope of what this whole family might consist of, the 92-year-old pair has four children, ten grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.

What are your thoughts about this powerful image, or the situation in general? How do you deal with these trying times? Share with us in the comments!

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“They did not expect such a response, and are very happy to see each other on TV,” said Yael, the grandson who took the photo.

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