WHAT I HAVE LEARNT FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF VISITING OLD FOLKS HOME.
For most of us, school holidays are the highlights of the year.Without the term breaks,the prospect of a whole year of school will put a damper on any teenagers’ spirit.Most students pursue recreational activities that are usually neglected during school days.They indulge in leisurely reading and catch up on correspondence.Besides allowing a break from the monotony of school,holidays also rejuvenate so that we will be energised at the commencement of a new term.It give teachers and students an oppurtunity to relax and recuperate too.As for me,this holidays give me a sense of realisation on parental love and service to the community. During the holidays,I had a golden opportunity to visit Seri Cahaya Old Folks Home which is located in a stone’s thrown away distance from my school.This place is meant to keep and look after parents that have been abandoned by their irresponsible kids who do not even know how to appreciate things that their parents have done for them when they are small and helpless.My class teacher had organised this excursion in order to cultivate some noble values among us especially the heart to service and parents’ love.On the respective day, all of my classmates gathered at the school compound.They were exuberant and their spirit was well potrayed through their countenance.The sun rose majestically and the golden rays of the sun brought much warmth and cheer.We depart from our school at 9.00 a.m. and after 15 minutes travel,we arrived at the respective home. The old folks casted a glance towards us with their smiling face as if inviting us to their `permanent’ home. They looked at us with some kind of expectation and grieve.I looked into their old and tired eyes,they seemed to be begging me for company.After greeted them,we started to clean the surrounding of the home.As the well known saying many hands make light work,we accomplished our...
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