Right before I participated in one of Gruun's Kizuna (unity) events, I firmly believed that we, laymen, shoudn't throw any words to what Child-welfare consultation centers or its specialists are doing about as I presume they are doing their best in taking care of the children living detached from their parents due to child abuse and so forth.
Well, to be honest, when some problem has happened there, we, laymen including me, are the first ones to blame and condemn the centers without hesitation like "What a hell are they doing?'
However, now I am repentant of my own or so-called layman's imprudence.
Gruun's Kizuna (unity) events aren't formal, and it's casual and easy to particpate. No barrier to break through. I just don't commit myself like " I'm determined to do this volunteer job for quite some time", I don't need to....plus I don't have any particular prior knowledge about what I am doing, but you know I just feel satisfied with a big outcome I got ....not from words of mouth but from my own direct experience, through which I came to know the importance of talking with foster-parents even small things like rearing kids for example, and speaking of the children there, they need to play with adults(grown-ups) just like parents and kids of regular families living together are doing.
It's presumptuous for me to say, but I believe it's important for us to realize how the children there are trying hard to live each life even detached from their parents. That would be the first valuable step for us to know about.