In a half-day Life Education Tour, if it weren’t for the topic of life and death, where we are all equal and can sincerely interact, it would be difficult to bridge the age gap between us and 15-year-old children!
What is remarkable is that these 15-year-old children seem to understand something profound. They have gained insights into the funeral process, the use of body transfer elevators, basic nursing care, the preservation tools in the clinical care centre, the arrangement of urns in the exhibition hall, the dedication of silent mentors, the bravery of contributing to society, the dedication and career perseverance of life practitioners, and the reflection and interaction on embracing life in the face of death. All of these have deeply resonated with the children, treating the experience with great reverence and ” took it to heart “. After the event, each of them took the time to make small cards and handmade bouquets to show us the insights they gained from the experience of life. We are immensely gratified by their growth.
Rather than viewing “Life Education” as a process of teaching and learning, it is more accurate to see it as a realization that “death influences life.” We want to express our gratitude to the J3F students of Tsun Jin High School for their gift, which has illuminated the values of filial piety and the impact of life on others. We appreciate the dedication of the “Life Education Team.” Thank you.