~ Hikari Yori
Play along in dark humour lead to dark aura
Play along during strife increase conflict
Play along in unison to harm the innocent hurt own conscience
Play along to bring white humour bless the hurting
Play along to bless others’ needs reap warmth in both parties’ hearts and minds
Play and play to pass the days will not bring happiness
Play and bless others through play ministry brings purpose in us to the Lord
~ Tojiru Yoshiko
Inspiration On: Friday, 12 July 2013 at 1:39am to 12:15pm
My son purposely slowed down and refused to change his clothes. He particularly hates a seat cover and named it “teeth”. On Sunday, our guest bought him that seat cover. Its roughness gave the feeling of teeth. Suddenly, a light bulb appeared in my mind. Scaring him that the “teeth” asked me to let it out of the storeroom to jump around the living room. Fearful noise and look, he speedily changed to pyjamas and entered the room. Unexpectedly, he talked about this to his dad. He questioned me what is “teeth”. Using my body language to ask him to sing the same tune as me. Upon reflecting this, the above poetry flowed out.
When I heard of Yoshiko’s story, “Play along” came and produced the acronym of PA, which stands for Public Announcement.