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IN People ON 28 Dec, 2015
Safyre Terry was once a simple charming little girl, living contentedly with her family--her dad, older sister, and two brothers. One day, two years ago, due to affair issues involving her dad and his (dad's) fiancee, a tragedy happened. Her father's girl's ex-boyfriend set their house on fire, killing all her family members except her. She was saved, but with severe second-to-third-degree burns.
It was definitely a saddening and traumatic life for her then. Her sadness was almost irreplaceable. Luckily, she still has relatives who, by any means, saved her life from pain and suffering.
This Christmas was very memorable to her. Upon hearing Safyre's story, the whole world reacted compassionately. People around the world made her overwhelmed this Christmas because of the warehouse-wide gift they relayed--a total of one million Christmas cards!
Stunning, carefree and contented. That's how Safyre portrays herself in from of the lens, wherever she goes.
Here she is! More confident, happier and stronger. Good thing there is her aunt to guide her from then on.
This season was very special for her.
Her story was an inspiration to many. Her spirit and aspirations sparkle even more.
She treasures all the moments. She loves the reason for celebration. More than that, she has a simple yet wishful dream--to have cards from friends and loved ones she could know of. Apparently, there's more than her expectation.
Her dream became eternity. Her inspirational story resulted in more than a million responses. Prominent people and celebrities took part in making Safyre happy this Christmas.
One of the most prominent American who responded to her wish was the incumbent US president.
Genuine smile, pleasure and gratefulness shines from her. This is undoubtedly one of the world's most neutralizing event in her life.
Here is an example of a kind-hearted civilian, who just wants Safyre to feel more blessed.
A million smiles and hopes were more than enough to make her happy this Christmas. Everything will be fine, sooner or later.