[Watch] Sarasota Man Transforms 90-Year-Old Widow’s Life In Astonishing Way

Written by on July 6, 2016 in Conscious Living, Inspirational with 31 Comments

Marie Louise Sikorski-compressed

By Jeff Sanchez | True Activist

A 90-year-old woman from Sarasota, Florida, Marie Louise Sikorski, was facing outstanding fines for numerous code violations stemming from her unkempt pink house, a place she called home for the last 70 years.

After her husband passed away, Sikorski could no longer maintain her home and people have been filing their complaints. Fortunately for her, a man named Miles G., also a resident of Sarasota, lent her a much-needed helping hand.

The philanthropic giving began when the elder woman asked Miles to work on her home for up to 16 hours per day. Shortly after, however, neighbors began offering their own help, as well. It didn’t take long before the Sikorski’s pink house became a project for the entire community to work on.

Of course, Sikorski was more than happy to have Miles volunteer as he was able to turn things around for her.

Watch the heart-warming gesture of genuine kindness below.

Would you do the same for a neighbor? Let us know in the comments below and share this news.

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  1. It’s sad to know that people conplaint about this poor lady, instead of offering their help…….. That’s why the government takes advantage of it’s citizens…… For complaits like this….. Then they come up with stupid laws like not being able to to the as you please in your property as is catching rain water, planting a garden in your front yard, having chickens in your backyard ect ect… Our lack of empathy is a winning point for them against our very ouwn rights!

  2. 260423814337849@facebook.com' Faye Perry says:

    What is wrong with the people there ? For crying out loud help this poor widow out!!

  3. It is shameful what human beings do to one another….instead of offering a helping hand when you need it most.

  4. 10205171652890238@facebook.com' Rocio Hanson says:

    Miles G. You are awesome! Thank you Sir!?

  5. Jennifer Ashley Castillo good ole Sarasota!

  6. Michellemorrical@gmail.com' Michelle says:

    Miles G.
    This is my son !
    I am so very proud
    God is good ?

  7. All these old people should be sent away and housed in high rise cement buildings. They cause too much trouble with their unkept houses and delinquent tax payments. If they can’t keep up with everyone else they need to be dealt with swiftly. It’s more important to keep the property values up. We can make more people but once the house goes to far down Disrepair Rd. It has to be torn down. It’s that John Cougars mother anyway in that little pink house?

  8. Help your neighbors. 🙂

  9. 1617955491849761@facebook.com' BJ Scholes says:

    So sad ,,so wrong,

  10. “What you do to the least among you, you do to me.” -God

  11. 621387091360787@facebook.com' Heddy Julian says:

    What a caring n compassionate young man, well done n so well said. We all grow old n that’s when simple things can become harder to do n money isn’t as much as in the past. I’m so thankful that someone cared enough as another human being to help her, blessings to both. N it’s great he’s a nurse, sharing n caring is his nature n beside the elderly still have so much to give n share with their wisdom n life experiences….. I worked with them for 20+ years!! ?????❤️??

  12. Glad he came to help her?

  13. This is when neighbors become neighborly, and lend a helpful hand expect nothing in return.
    The young will be there too one day.
    No one ages backwards.
    It’s good for the soul to help someone else that smile is payable in hearts.
    I don’t know why cities like to push our elderly aside like they don’t matter . They do. Older adults have great insight, information are a Wikipedia on feet . They have stories that will make you laugh for days .
    STOP PUSHING OLDER ADULTS AROUND if a family member did that the county would investigate for ELDERLY ABUSE. THIS LOOKS NOT TO BE THE CASE. ….SHE JUST WANTS TO LIVE her LIFE as life use to be not so very long ago .
    CITIZENS UNITE to get Cities to back the f… off….

  14. A warm thank you to the man who took on helping this elderly homeowner! Blessings to the helper and the helped. There are good people in this world, more than we think. ❤

  15. 1605157816473452@facebook.com' Selena Sapp says:

    she is so lucky to be 90.

  16. Shame on her neighbors!

  17. This is how it shouls/could be.

  18. What a lovely story and an amazing young man ?

  19. Of course they are. Where is the country for the people? Not here.

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