Written by Hoo Ru Yi Edited by Eunice Tan and Drew Fong H is for harmonious, Despite all the squabbles and imperfection. There is still harmony through which we learn. O is for original. There is no one else like you or me. This makes us unique. M is for mess Littering the floor somehow, […]Read more "H.O.M.E."
by Aaron Chan Edited by Eunice Tan I am not sure if this is the case in other English-speaking countries, but here in Singapore, people use the word “talented” a lot. See a young child playing violin? Talented. Nephew can cook? Talented. Friend’s kid paints well? So. Talented. The Cambridge Dictionary defines “talent” as “a […]Read more "Why “Talent”?"
There is never a better time of the year than Yuletide to give thanks for the gift of life. No families celebrate this truth in reality, more than homeschoolers do often blessed in larger households with their many, many bundles of joy. Life, however it is gifted, in whatever form it comes, is precious and […]Read more "The Gift of Life"
IF by Drew Fong Amazing Grace by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on guitar and violin by Drew Fong If you had strength like Hercules, And had all the muscles you could squeeze; If you were perfect in your day, And had no sin in any way; If you would think that you […]Read more "“If” Part 1"
by Angel Chew If you can feel suffering, hurt, pain And cry out but bear it; If you can keep your head held high, When others are defeated; If you can love someone, But not let that love own you; If you can survive hardship, Knowing that may be useless: Then you would be […]Read more "“If ” Part 2"
by Julien Pernet If you can write a beautiful story, and not be proud of its glory; If you can talk with a splendid voice, and yet be humble to those who mumble; If you can work without rest, and still help a friend for a test; If you can run with passion, […]Read more "“If” Part 3"
by Andersen Hoo If you can tolerate pain in silence, when around you people cry out, and help others in less pain than you are; If you can put aside your pride, suppress your indignance, and work wholeheartedly in matters non-beneficial; If you can take on the workload and burdens of others solely for them, […]Read more "“If” Part 4"