Thailandia – Salesian Cooperators' advice to young people in conflict with the law

02 April 2020

(ANS – Ratchaburi) – The Salesian Cooperators advise the young in conflict with the law to uphold the preventive system of St. John Bosco, Increase Love and Value to Life.

On Thursday, 19 March 2020, Ms. Nalinnat Krainara, the administrator of the Regional Juvenile Vocational Training Center [2] Ratchaburi Province, Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection, which is a center receiving youth that the court had passed judgment according to the wrong done, then commuted from imprisonment to educational training, offered welcome to Mr. Pornsawat Lertvitayavivat, the coordinator of the Salesian Cooperators in Thailand, and Mr. Thanya Sirottanyachock, the staff incharge of education and training, on this occasion that the group organized activities to motivate the young on how to use life profitably, under the theme "How to make oneself Lovable". 158 young men and women participated in these activities. These were people preparing themselves to be freed from the Center.

This training led the young to know and to uphold the preventive system of St. John Bosco. The values of reason, spirituality and loving-kindness are principles for living one's life, corresponding to the Head, the Hand, and the Heart. The training gives importance to a good heart which has good values as foundations for life, possessing goodness, and having a volunteering heart, attaining skills useful in life, in order to be lovable by all. These were learned from the exchange of knowledge gained from the automobile game and the tree of life.

After the activities, many young representatives said in unison 'thank you' to the resource persons who led the learning activities that add to thinking, useful to the development of a happy life and greater value. These were matters and theories which the young had not known yet.

Source: AustraLasia


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