Great Feeling to My Son

Great Feeling to My Son

Great Feeling to My Son

Great Feeling to My Son

I get a great feeling inside

When I take home after the work

I get a great feeling inside

When I have you sit on my lap

I get a great feeling inside

When I carry you on my back

I get a great feeling inside

When I see you before the night

(Also read other poem at : Keep Looking Rainbow)

I get a great feeling inside

When I kiss you before the bed time

I get a great feeling inside

When I enjoy your face at your dreamtime

I get a great feeling inside

When I touch your hair in your daytime

(Also read other article at : Face Crying to Catch Rainbow)

I get a great feeling inside

When I play with you in our spare time

I get a great feeling inside

When I think of you in every breath of mine

My son ….

You are all my wonderful feeling

(Also read other article at : Soal PAS PKn Kelas 11 Semester 1)

I love you with all of my mind

And I love you with all of my heart

       That’s all the poem about Great Feeling to My Son that we can share for this occasion. Hopefully the poem above can be used as our inspiration to love our kids. (Also read other article in Indonesian version at : Muhammad SAW Tokoh Paling Berpengaruh di Dunia oleh KH Ahmad Mujayyid) read more

Smart Son and The Thief Master

Smart Son and The Thief Master

Smart Son and The Thief Master

      Robinson wished to put his son to learn a trade, so he went into the church and prayed to their Lord to know which would be the most suitable for him.  Then the clerk got behind the altar, and said, thieving, thieving.  On this Robinson went back to his son, and told him he was to learn thieving, and that the Lord had said so.  So Robinson went with his son to seek a man who is acquainted with thieving.

      They walked a long time and came into a great forest, where there stood a little house with an old woman in it.  Robinson said, “Do you know of a man who is acquainted with thieving?”  (Also read : An Owl and Dove)

      “You can learn that here quite well. My son is a master of it.” Said the woman. Then Robinson spoke to the old woman’s son, and he asked if he knew thieving really well. 

      The thief master said, “I will teach him well.  Come back when a year is over, and then if you recognize your son, I will take no payment at all for teaching him, but if you don’t know him, you must give me two hundred dollars. The father went home again, and the son learnt witchcraft and thieving, thoroughly. read more

The Cat and Son of Miller

The Cat and Son of Miller

The Cat and Son of Miller

The Cat and Son of Miller

      One day before a miller died, he had divided all his worth to his sons. “Okay my sons, listen to me, before I leave, you have to receive what I give to every one of you. You are the eldest son must receive the mill, the donkey is to you my second son and . . . I give a cat to my youngest son.” Said the miller to all his three sons. And soon he passed away. (also read : The Cap Seller and Monkeys)

    At the time they got some differences, they could say nothing. That’s what the miller said. The eldest son kept the mill, the second son took the donkey and set off in search of his fortune . . . While the third son sat down on a stone and sighed, “A cat! What am I going to do with that?” 

      But the cat heard his words and said, “Don’t worry, Master. What do you think? That I’m worth less than a half-ruined mill or a mangy donkey? Give me a cloak, a hat with a feather in it, a bag and a pair of boots, and you will see what I can do.” read more

True Love of Mother and Son

True Love of Mother and Son

True Love of Mother and Son

True Love of Mother and Son

       Freeman’s mom only had one eye. He hated her, she was such an embarrassment. His mom ran a small shop at a flea market. She collected little weeds and such to sell, anything for the money they needed, she was such an embarrassment. There was this one day during elementary school. He remembered that it was field day, and his mom came. He was so embarrassed. How could she do this to him? He threw her a hateful look and ran out. The next day at school… “Your mom only has one eye?!” and they taunted him. (Also read : Recreation to Madura Island)

       He wished that his mom would just disappear from this world so he said to my mom, “Mom, why you just have one eye? Don’t you have the other eye?! You’re only going to make me a laughing stock. Why don’t you just die?” His mom didn’t respond. He guess he felt a little bad, but at the same time, it felt good to think that he had said what he’d wanted to say all this time. Maybe it was because his mom hadn’t punished him, but he didn’t think that he had hurt her felling very badly. read more

Malin Kundang the Prodigal Son

Malin Kundang the Prodigal Son

Malin Kundang

Malin Kundang the Prodigal Son

      Hello my beloved visitor. How are you going? Here I am going to share about Malin Kundang. It is folklore that originated from Padang, West Sumatra, one of the islands located in the State of Indonesia. Below is the story. (Also read : Roro Jonggrang Prambanan Legend)

       Once upon a time, there lived a widow named Mande Rubayah. She just had a son named Malin Kundang. She was very fond of Malin Kundang because his father had passed away since Malin was a child.

      Malin Kundang was a smart kid but he was a little naughty. He often chased chickens and hit them with a broom. One day, when he was chasing chickens, he tripped over a rock and a sprained right arm. The wound became his right arm traced and couldn’t be lost.

       As he grew older, he was a very healthy, diligent and strong boy. His daily activity was catching fish from the sea. One day when he was fishing, he saw a merchant’s ship was being raided by a small band of pirates. Knowing this accident, he ran to the ship and helped the merchant. With his brave and strength, Malin Kundang defeated the pirates. The merchant was so happy and thanked to him. (Also read other article at : Sun as Source of Earth Life) read more