Do you may have a buddy who’s feeling unhappy? It is vital to point out care and compassion to folks when they don’t seem to be feeling good. Be kind to them, play with them or take heed to what they need to say.
Here are the letters from Starchild readers on the subject, Stay Strong.
Nine-year-old Lim Sheng Hao shares his heartfelt message to households of the victims of the current landslide in Batang Kali, Selangor. “The landslide caused 31 deaths and injured many people. The reason that so many people were involved in this incident was because it happened during the school holidays and near a mountainside. I feel so sad for those families who were affected in the landslide. They have to bear the sudden loss of their beloved ones, friends and family members just within a few days of their holidays. I hope they stay strong.”
“I would like to dedicate a card to my aunty to let her know that I am thinking of her. She is a busy woman with a busy job, and I hope she will be happy when she sees my card,” says Bethany Wang Qi Syuen, seven.
Younger sibling Asher Wang Qi Chuen, 5, says: “I would like to be a friend in need by giving my friend who is sad some nice flowers to cheer him or her up. I would also share some candies to show my love for my friend.”
My aunt’s canine, Lucky, died over 40 years in the past. Poor Lucky was bitten by a neighbour’s canine. Till at present, my aunty nonetheless thinks about her loving canine. Therefore, I may solely advise her to remain robust as Lucky just isn’t struggling,” writes seven-year-old Chuah Seng Koon.
“I wanted to play with my brother but he fell down. Then, he cried loudly. So I consoled him and asked him to stay strong,” says Wong Jie Ern, seven.
“My grandparents, brother and sister went to Kuala Lumpur recently. However, they contracted Covid-19. They were feeling down. I told them to stay strong. I advised them to rest, drink lots of water, and eat healthy food,” says Leong Man Wai, six.
“To stay strong, we must exercise daily and eat healthy food.As I am only six, I need to drink lots of milk to make my bones strong, too,” says Lee Yue Chen, six.
“To keep healthy and positive, drink lots of water, eat fresh fruits, exercise and sleep well, writes Saw Yan Wei, six.
“One day, my best friend was too lazy to go to school. So I visited him and encouraged him to exercise with me. I asked him to stay strong and always be healthy,” writes Ch’ng Sam Quinn, six.
ITEM: Birthday events are such enjoyable however they’re much more so once they’re your personal and you possibly can determine what kind of social gathering you need. Write in and inform us what your dream birthday celebration can be like. Where would you maintain it and what kind of meals and drinks can be served? What kind of decorations would you need to put up?
Email your contributions to way of life@ thestar. com.my by Jan 27.
Please put “STARCHILD: My Birthday Bash” within the topic line of your e mail. Scanned drawings ought to be in jpeg format, with a decision of 200 dpi. Your contributions should carry your full title, age (open to children aged 12 and under solely), gender, cellphone contact, and tackle.
Instead of handwritten letters, please kind out your letters.