Tasanee has gone through her life with many deaths in her family: first her brother who was younger than her died of diarrhea (1967); 2 years later (1969) her father passed away; 24 years later (1993) her older brother was murdered then 10 months after that her husband was murdered too; 7 years later (2000) her youngest brother died of cancer; then 2 years later (2002) her step-father passed away too. Obviously Tasanee has met with lots of death in her family but she has never given up in her life. And she says that when she was born she came into the world with nothing and she says that when she will die she cannot bring anything. So while she is still alive she wants to live a life benefiting others and helping orphans and poor children. And she needs all her children to have a good life in the future. Because she does not have a high education so wants all of her children to have a high education. She will try the best that she can make it so.
Tasanee knows the children are well. She tries to teach the children who have lost their parents to be strong and to dream as far as they can. Tasanee tells the children they must believe in love, peace, endurance, and loving kindness. She lets them know that they can make their dreams come true, and they should be proud of themselves, and that they will be happy. She tells the children that life is very difficult and sometimes you have to fight you life is very hard. If you are not strong and determined you will lose and you will never be happy. Life is a big lesson for us, if you try your best your life will be happy, but if you give up or follow a bad example your life will be sad and wasted.
Tasanee has one little girl, she is 7 years old, named Malee. She just came to the orphanage 2 years ago. She lost her father when she was 2 years old, and her mother gets nervous, she can’t remember anything. She says that she is very lucky that she will have a new place, and have good food. One day Malee came to Tasanee and she held tasanee’s hand and she was smiling. Tasanee asked her, “What happened with you today Malee?” and Malee stood up and said, “I don’t want to call you big mother any more” and tasanee say why I make you not happy? And she smile and say can I call you mother please; this spoken word make me tears come up, and I ask her you happy to call me mother? She says that she really happy and tasanee also say to her I will be your good mother and she come close to tasanee and give tasanee a big hug, and tasanee also give her a big hug and she was very happy).
I would say the children were orphanage because of many different reasons and to steer them away from lives controlled by anger and sadness, I rely on the children to foster a sense of love and commitment within themselves. Only through education and integration can we expect change for them and their people as a whole.
Training your children when they were young and when they are growing up that it may go well with them and that they may enjoy long life on the EARTH