Remember when you were little,
They spent a lot of time teaching you use spoons and chopsticks
Teaching you to wear clothes, tie up shoelaces and fasten buttons,
Teaching you to wash your face and comb your hair,
Teaching you how to be a decent person,
Do you still remember how often you ask them where you came from?
When they grow old some day,
When they cannot remember or fail to reply
Please don’t blame them
When they start forgetting how to fasten buttons, tie up shoelaces,
When they start messing up their clothes at mealtimes,
When they start trembling when they comb their hair,
Please don’t push them,
as you are growing up while they are slowing getting old.
But as long as you are in front of them,
They will feel warm deep inside.
If they can barely stand or even walk,
Please hold tight their hands and accompany with them
they once held yours.