With sincere thanks to the wonderful support from our valued client in Woodlands area, the seniors at KCC SAC got to add the finishing touches to the company tee shirts ordered by them. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for partnering us! 🙂
There is great satisfaction when an action resulted in someone being helped. Especially when the person is not just given a fish, but also being taught how to fish. There is greater joy when this person then pays it forward. The spirit of helping one another elevates mankind to a new height, filled with understanding, love and respect for everyone. Big or small, young or old, rich or poor, strong or weak, able or handicapped. Within every human, there lies a precious soul. So, let’s do our part to reach out to this very soul and give it comfort as and when need arises. Will you stretch out your hand then? 😛
Humans are created differently from animals. Our intelligence enables us to do things. Creative things. Big or small doesn’t matter. As long as we can apply what we’ve learnt in life, we can make a difference in others around us. So, have you done some things that impact someone else’s lives positively lately? How about giving it a try? 😎
Singaporeans love to travel. To see the world. That’s all well and good. But after seeing the world, what next? How about going somewhere closer to home? That’s right, our little red dot may look tiny on the world map. But there are still many places which we have probably not bothered to visit yet. The parks, the community clubs, the heartlands, the shopping malls? 😉
Yes, besides eat, sleep, work, worship, study and play. Everyone of us must have some free pockets of time to spare. Maybe it’s one week a month. Or one day a week. Or one hour a day. Whenever you feel idle or bored, there you go => FREE SPARE TIME! 🙂
Our population is getting old. I read a report that in 2006, the whole world had 500 million people aged 65 or older. By 2020, one in six Singapore residents will be 65 or older!
As a small country which is only turning 50 years old next year, I can’t help but feel that ours is a dog’s life. A dog ages by 7 years for every human year. This means a 10 year old dog is physically and mentally as old as a 70 years old human.
We are only six years away when the society’s median age (i.e. the most people) will become 45 years old. What do such statistics mean for us personally? While the government has recognized this hot potato issue and is taking every step possible to deal with it, what can we as individuals of the nation do to keep pace with this drastic ageing situation?