Home For Children


Some of us derive great pleasure spending time with children.

Children talk innocently and are always lovely; they play with all their hearts out, and can always make you sing and cry along; they always concentrate their effort and time on what they do, and can accomplished given tasks in a short time; they can share almost anything they have, and are very keen to assist and help others.

Everything is so natural; everything seems so simple; and everything is so fulfilling, pleasing and satisfying.

Now that we have grown, what have we become? Many of us are so artificial and fake; so hard to understand, appreciate, and respect; so selfish and individualistic; and so vulnerable and reluctant to help.

God has created us, provide for us and sustain us. But look what we have become today.

Sometimes I don’t really understand this world. But they said you don’t have to understand it, just accept everything that is. But look at our educational system, our management theories, and our various political parties running the country, and the ever increasing natural catastrophes and man-made disasters lately …..

There is not much good news; things are getting worse. Some said the world is coming to the end; many people are talking about it now.

This is life, don’t argue; just follow the system.

The world has become so ugly and gloomy. But it needn’t have to be like that.

Some said there is still a sanctuary, a place of hope, peace, and joy. The other world is waiting, only if you know where and care to go there.

Oh God, give me the Light, show me the Path, and lead me the Way.

“Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them; for to such belongs the kingdom of God” (Luke 18:16-17).

The children are smiling, laughing and continue to do everything well.

For they are in a home; it is a heavenly home.

1 comments:

Don E. Chute said...

I highlighted these quotes from your post, as I have a 21 year old Son and a 19 year old daughter.

Oh God, give me the Light, show me the Path, and lead me the Way.

“Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them; for to such belongs the kingdom of God” (Luke 18:16-17).