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  • TO SING A KLONG TOEY SONG OF CHRISTMAS.

    TO SING A KLONG TOEY SONG OF CHRISTMAS.

     

    We asked our slum kids for their version of our Christmas legend. To write us a song of Baby Jesus and Klong Toey.    

    Their own song also tells of the old proverb:   Those in power write the history, and those who suffer write the songs.  

    Of course, our kids love the traditional account of Blessed Lady Mary & Joseph and Baby Jesus, who came to Bethlehem.  Of Angels singing in High Heavens.  The Star shinning in the East, guiding the three Wise Men and the Shepherds:  the Birth of the Son of God.

    Their song begins when Pregnant Lady Blessed Mary had to leave her home in Nazareth and travel to Bethlehem.

    Why did she have to go?  She just had to. Joseph had to go to follow government regulations to pay his family tax, and she had to /wanted to go with him.

    So back to Klong Toey, our children pooled their lunch money for ‘instant noodles’ for pregnant Mary to eat along the way.  Plus, some cookies which you can buy in the fresh market. Cheaper than the store.

    As the three day journey to Bethlehem was certainly dangerous, the children didn’t know exactly what to do about that.  But they decided to give Blessed Mary some money for her Sim card for her phone... in case she ran out, and maybe if Joseph needed to call for help – he could even our kids and they, for sure,  would come to  scare away the bad guys.  And our kids would buy Joseph a whistle that sounds like a policeman’s whistle to blow also.   

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