Yesterday, one of my students asked me ‘Sir, is throwing a coin in a fountain would grant you a wish?’ I replied ‘the better way to make your wishes come true is to work hard and have faith in God’s plan. If that wish is a benefit for you, you will be awarded. However, I was wondering, is it that simple? Throwing a coin into a unique fountain or well means good luck? Continue reading “Throw a Coin and Make a Wish – Is it that Simple?”
Have you ever wondered, what thing(s) does people need desperately in their lives? Love, Money, Success and the list goes on. Yes, we are desperate because we are humans and humans have desires and needs for which they work hard to achieve them. To fulfil our desires we, humans, sometimes get hurt and suffer but sometimes we do hurt others to avoid suffering. In short, humans are vulnerable species with sensitivity and emotions. Continue reading “The Monk and the Fly: Lifelong Learning in a Short-Animated Movie”
Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood and may affect a child’s muscle movement, and tone. It is the most common disability in childhood. Children affected with CP may need constant care and support throughout their lives.
Ian (2018) is a short-animated true story of a boy named Ian who has the Cerebral Palsy. All he wants to have friends and play in the playground. But it seems impossible due to the bullying and discrimination which he encountered in his life. Continue reading “Ian – A Short Inspirational Story of a Boy Who Has a Cerebral Palsy”
During our lives in this world, we sometimes occupied too much that we start ignoring the perks our life and God offering us daily and when we realise it already become too late. However, the moment of realisation is the moment when God bless you with the second chance. Continue reading “The Misguided Monk – The Life Long Lesson in a Short-Animated Movie”
The Story of an Unlikely Friendship – Kitbull
Kitbull is an American animated short film written and directed by Rosana Sullivan, and produced by Kathryn Hendrickson with the collaboration of Pixar Animation Studios. It is the third instalment in Pixar’s “SparkShorts” program. This short film focuses on a severely self-determining stray-kitten and a home-bitten pit bull, who form an unlikely friendship.