I still remember some Thai, but it has been over 30 years since I have been there and have only had the ocassion to use it here a few times in Thai restaurants, which always brings a smile and a show of appreciation. One of the things I really miss is the appreciation always shown to an American who takes the time to learn the language of their host.
I wasn't fluent by any means, but I was able to go to the movies without captions and follow the movie fairly well. I had a good teacher, actually I had alot of friends there, and have alwyas hoped to go back upon retirement.
May Abba YAH bless and protect you and your family.
Shalom Again Sister; Perhaps things have changed over the past 40 years concerning their appreciation for the learning of their language.
At any rate; I would be glad to pray for this teacher. The only family I have is my family in Yahushua, but I will surely ask them to consider prayers for her as I full well understand loneliness, and especially understand her need for our Savior.
“Many daughters have done nobly, But you have risen over them all.” Loveliness is deceptive And prettiness is vain, A woman who fears YHWH is to be praised. Give her of the fruit of her hands, And let her works praise her in the gates. > Mishle (Proverbs) 30:29-31
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