Guiding Light of The Month

O LORD, Thou art my refuge and my blessing, my strength, my health, my hope, and my courage. Thou art supreme Peace, unalloyed Joy, perfect Serenity. My whole being prostrates before Thee in a gratitude beyond measure and a ceaseless worship; and that worship goes up from my heart and my mind towards Thee like the pure smoke of incense of the perfumes of India. - The Mother

My Experience in the IEP

Hi everyone! My name is Pramod and I am going to tell you about my experience in IEP. It is always fun time in IEP and thus I like to go there. They have lots of activities for us. When we enter the room we do some opening meditation (closing our eyes and concentrate). There is also some slow and melodious music so that we can concentrate even better. After about two to three minutes we sit in a circle and listen to stories said by Jayanti Aunty. We will either play some indoor games or outdoor games after that. We go to the basketball court and play games such as Dog and Bone, soccer, captain’s ball and many more. Then we come back to the room and tell Kiruthika Akka about how we felt. Then, we do painting or coloring to cool ourselves down. Then we do a closing meditation and have announcements of what we would be doing in the next lesson. Sometimes on special occasions, we go for a walk to places such as Bukit Batok Nature Park and Mac Ritchie Reservoir Park. Every year there is a camp and it is fun as there are many activities planned for us. The camp is usually for 2 days and 1 night. It is a lot of fun in the camp and we get to sleep in tents. Camping trips are one of the most memorable IEP events. This is why I like IEP so much!

- Pramod, 11, IEP Child

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