For the last 25 years, this aging man has been doing “back-breaking” work, hauling a 100 kg sack of flour 1 km each day in order to provide for his children.
In some parts of the world, it is a daily burden just to make ends meet. Sometimes even to provide for one’s family, and ensure a roof over one’s head each day, is not a sure thing. People live in a diverse array of circumstances, and some simply have to make a living by whatever means they can, getting through life one day at a time.
Syed Abdul Ghani, from Peshawar, Pakistan is one such man who literally bears the burden of providing for his household day in and day out. The livelihood of his family depends on him getting his job done one step at a time.
Syed Abdul Ghani earns his living by hauling a 100kg sack of flour for 1 km on his back.
Every day, he lugs a 100 kg sack of flour a kilometer to earn a meager wage, and buy food for his children. He’s been hauling this load for a bakery every day for the last 25 years.
Thanks to his earnest efforts, he is able to earn 300 Pakistani rupees per day—something he is greatly proud of. After the trek, he makes his way to the market to purchase onions and potatoes for his family’s meal.