Pauline, a young woman, lived with her granddaughter Eva. She was raising her child alone, because her husband had left this world because of cancer.
The woman worked as a janitor so she could earn a living and take care of her child.
Little Eva was already going to school, but she still dreamed of a doll, and her mother decided to buy her for her birthday.
But Pauline did not have enough money to buy a new doll. She bought a doll from the flea market.
Seeing the doll, Eva was delighted with the surprise. She immediately took him in her arms.
But suddenly they heard a strange crack.
Pauline began to examine the doll and in a pocket of the doll’s clothes she found a letter written by a child. Reading it, she was very moved.
The next day, the woman went to the flea market to look for the doll’s seller.
Seeing the message, the woman called Myriam, burst into tears and said that it was the doll of her little girl who lost her life due to an incurable condition.
Pauline hugged Myriam and consoled her with a hug.
“I started selling his toys, because looking at them, my husband and I feel incredible grief,” said Myriam.
Pauline invited Myriam to her home. The woman accepted his invitation and one day visited them.
She loved Eva very much, as if she were her lost daughter. On her way back, Myriam handed Pauline a package containing 3,000 euros.
Pauline did not want to accept so much money, but Myriam explained that they earned this sum by selling their daughter’s toys and that now this money belonged to Eva.
From now on, Pauline and Myriam became friends and from time to time, Myriam visited them.
Pauline and Eva helped Myriam overcome her grief and find the meaning of life.