it's "never late to study"


Written by: Mohammad Anwar Andar

Jawid & Nazia are the guests of Lalo Mama. Jawid picks up a paper from the ground. He reads a poem written on the paper. Nazia wishes if she also could read and write.

Lalo Mama arrives and they greet him. Nazia shares her wish with Lalo Mama too. Lalo takes them to the corridor of the castle and there he asks her that why she has not studied school. Nazia says that when they were migrants, there was no school near their residential area.

Lalo Mama asks her to study now. Nazia says that her age is more than other school children and it is shameful for me to sit beside small children.

Lalo Mama opens a window for their information.


In the window, Irshad & Hamida are watching a channel on a television. In the channel. A spokesman says:

Kimlan Jinakul is a 91-year-old woman from Thailand who says: "it’s never too late to study" has completed her bachelor of Arts degree in human and family development.

"If we do not study, do not read, do not know, then we won't be able to speak and make sense," she said.

Kimlan Jinakul had always wanted to go to university but as a young girl simply did not have the opportunity, she also did not study on time.  She said: When I saw that my friends studied and got a good job, then I decided to study.

Lalo Mama closes the window. Nazia says that she would also ask her father to enroll her in the school.