Baby Kitty arrives home

Trip Start Jan 08, 2004
Trip End Ongoing

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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

"But if we consider things in detail, can we really say that capitalism is the best system? Even the United States, the largest, most successful capitalist economy suffers inequalities as 50 million Americans go without health insurance...It is difficult to say that capitalism leads to happiness...Our mentality is based on numbers. Inequality can only follow. Whether it be politics or business, our focus is on the short term, on the need for results. Our reward system is the same...Many children spend their lives going to school on the back of a motorcycle or a bus. Yet the children of those setting these policies sit in a Mercedes...We should have a different focus, one focused on life, on quality of life." Banthoon Lamsam, the CEO of Kasikornbank, said this week.

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We came home yesterday and now trying to get into a routine of taking care of Kitty and doing work and other things. Poor Dtuk Dtik is feeling quite left out but he was very happy to see Kanchana and I and seemed excited by the baby.

At hospital, Kanchana finally decided on a name. According to Thai customs, by the birth date, only names starting with certain letters were available and names with 2 syllables were best for Kitty. So we have called her Nattha.

Alif is on school holidays and Vava is still at school.

Oh - I forgot - Kitty has long eye lashes. She also has long feet and toe nails, but Kanchana says all babies do.
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