Hard work to rise fund for society

Gaililong Youth Society Members doing a hard work (cracking stone) as a fund-rise for the Society

Teaching how to work hard was one of the primary culture among our forth-fathers’ era, Children were taught how to work in a paddy field, how to cut wood, how to throw spears, how to climb a tree and many other lessons that would inevitably help when they grow up. But, only few people/family from village continue to maintain this culture till today when modern culture swept away the majority people.

Going to school to earn education is the first priority in the modern world but teaching the ethic of hard work is less concern which is why many children end up prioritizing what they must have from parents than hard work. Many people in the modern world may argue that education has superseded the culture of training children to work hard in the early society. However, there is a big difference between children who learn about hard work and children who obtain whatever they want in the modern world from their parents.

Gaililong Youth Society Members doing a hard work (cracking stone) as a fund-rise for the Society

Dependency becomes more than independent which leads to jobless and drop out children in many ways. We can still continue to revive the culture of teaching children about hard working culture that will help them throughout their life.

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