• Doing homework, doing it right

    School holiday is over, and kids back to school. Many parents (like us) will be or already busy with helping the kids with home work or school work. Most of the time, Inez would do her home work by herself (Sri Lanka and Chinese genes are strong). This evening, she handed me some books to run through to check if she would be able to answer the questions on the home work correctly.  So I went through the books.  I realised, home work is actually a really good time for parent and kids to get together.  Like spending quality time together. What I think would work really well for ‘New…

  • Using Child as a Tool

    Having my regular night market on Sunday evening, found out that beggar syndicate with baby seems to be growing from strength to strength. The reason I paid attention to the beggar and the child was because the baby girl reminds me of our daughter. I could only pray that God will protect this child. There is really nothing much that I can do in my capacity. Prayer, is all I can offer. God bless.

  • Survival skills that child should have

    When I first heard about this incident on 988 yesterday morning, the feeling of loosing a child is pain that no parent could possible handle.  No matter what would be the monetary compensation thereafter. My suggestion to parents, do not rely on others to take care your child, no matter under what circumstances.  Try the very best to educate them the survival skills – sensing the danger around, strangers, ability to swim as well as save himself or herself when in a dangerous situation. With what has happened in Kampar, pray that God will comfort the families and also bringing on the miracles for the two children that are still…