The respected Comrade
Even a small door in the opening of the changing room at the indoor wading pool of the Pyongyang Baby Home and Orphanage is marked with the great loving care of the respected Comrade
One day in October, Juche 103(2014), the respected General Secretary visited the newly-built Pyongyang Baby Home and Orphanage. He went around various places of the baby home and orphanage with paternal affection.
Going round the dining room, general playground, sleeping room, intellectual playing room, indoor wading pool and outdoor wading pool, he pointed to the opening of the changing room in the indoor wading pool, saying that there was no door attached to the opening.
He said, if there was no door, it would not be decent because the children would be seen changing their clothes, and continued with a broad smile on his face that the children would be awkward to be seen in their bare skin. Officials laughed over his humorous remark, but inwardly admired at his meticulous observation. At that time, however, the officials were not aware of his deep intention to attach the doors to the opening of the changing room.
The respected General Secretary visited the Pyongyang Baby Home and Orphanage again to congratulate the children on the occasion of the New Year marking the 70th founding anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea and went around them which was rebuilt splendidly to be proud of in the world with a great pleasure and satisfaction
Going round various places of the baby home and orphanage, he looked at the low door newly attached to the opening of the changing room in the indoor wading pool. He said with a warm smile that they did well to hang the door at the opening of the changing room in the indoor wading pool recalling that there had been no door when he had come before.
The respected General Secretary gave advice to the officials warmly that although the children were young, doors should be attached to the opening so that they wouldn't be seen changing their clothes, and that children should be educated to have discretion, from their childhood, as to what is decent or not.
That day, the respected General Secretary said that the children should be educated to observe good manners and morality in all realms of life from childhood so as to foster their proper moral traits.
Only then did the officials realize more clearly, though belatedly, that the small door which no one had ever thought of was so important for the education of the children in morality.
Indeed, thanks to the paternal love of the respected General Secretary, the younger generation of the DPR Korea is growing up vigorously to be genuine pillars of the revolution with nothing to envy in the world.