Buddhist

NEEDY FAMILY FELL THROUGH THE CRACKS, IGNORED BY MSF, MP & COMMUNITY HELP GROUPS

Every now and then, we hear and read of new VWOs and NGOs springing up all over the island that are being supported mainly by Christians and Buddhists but the number of needy or displaced persons supposedly 'helped' by them does not seem to tally with the unusually high number of charities? I am financially better now, thanks to the lds.org.sg community that I joined which take great pains to uplift members' standard of living and education, all without any publicity or advertisement and certainly no taxpayer dollar involved like how Joseph Schooling did it!

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UNGRATEFUL SICK HUSBAND THANKS GOD INSTEAD OF WIFE FOR NURSING HIM BACK TO HEALTH

I wish to get this off my chest. I'm so sick and tired of my selfish and ungrateful husband who only thinks about himself and his God. My spouse was diagnosed with Cancer since 2009 ....Instead of thanking His Lord for giving him a good Wife for taking Care of him...He said it is GOD who healed HIM....GOD did miracle to him....I tired of HOW GREAT he think of his GOD. IF I do not do above endless things/tasks for him...he thinks he can get well? Somtimes I feel like running away...and LET his GOD handle it...

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CHINESE TEACHER HELPS ADOPTED CHILDREN PRACTISE THEIR MUSLIM FAITH

The Sin Chew Daily reported that a Chinese woman from Kota Kinabalu adopted five Muslim children in the past 20 years. Kindergarten teacher Connie Wong, fondly known as Cikgu Wong, is a Buddhist but she makes sure the children, aged between 11 and 20, practise their faith. They attend religious classes in school and go for Friday prayers. Wong, 59, prepares halal food for them daily. During the holy month of Ramadan, she makes sure they observe fasting.

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PM LEE: BUDDHIST COMMUNITY IS THE MOST ACCEPTING & TOLERANT GROUP IN S'PORE

Speaking at an event organised by the Singapore Buddhist Federation to celebrate Vesak Day and commemorate SG50, Mr Lee noted how the community does good work to help Singaporeans - regardless of race language and religion. He said that he was grateful that the group had set the tone of tolerance and acceptance of other faiths.

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