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阳光普照的早晨，7979同工和里卡士浸信会（亚庇）的志工相约去探访吗哪案主，Uncle Chai。Uncle Chai已年近70，却还是家中唯一的经济支柱。除了他和妻子，家中还有2位OKU的女儿。
Kak Wee（妻子）热情地邀请志工们上去她家后，开心地说：“Uncle Chai 今天不在家，因为有人找他去作工了。”简短的句子，却掩盖不住“今天有工作”的喜悦。虽然Uncle Chai一天的工作收入不多，但却是弥足珍贵。聊天中，同工问Fung（大女儿）喜欢吃什么食物。“Saya suka makan mushroom” ，Fung望着摆在地上的物资开心地回应。小小的罐头却给Fung的生活带来了快乐。
从志工那得知，Uncle Chai 的房子是新建的。仔细观察屋内，布局非常简单，三间小房，一间厕所。但让人比较在意的是那有口但没有窗的墙身。“这个下雨的时候怎么办？”同工指着窗口问道。“我们就拿拖把来擦。现在有房子很好了。以前我们很担心，不知道住哪里。”Kak Wee回答。原来在疫情期间，他们不但要面对温饱不足，同时还担心流离失所。原本所住的土地面临开发，他们必须搬迁。感恩神眷顾贫穷人！教会得知消息后出手相助。建造过程因疫情而中断，但搬迁期限又迫在眉睫，无奈之下Uncle Chai只好找来几个人一起动手把房子搭建起来。虽然搭建的房子架构缺乏稳固，也因材料有限而形成了这有口无窗的墙，但对他们一家人来说，“有瓦遮头”已是非常美好的事。一天的工作收入、一个小罐头、一间不完善的住所，在有限的资源中享受它所带来的快乐，知足就不缺的心态，这就是简单的幸福。
A SIMPLE HAPPINESS
TRANSLATED BY DAWN LIM
One sunny morning, the 7979 co-workers and the volunteers from Likas Baptist Church (Kota Kinabalu) paid a visit to Uncle Chai, a recipient of the Manna Food Bank. Uncle Chai, who is nearly 70 years old, is the only breadwinner of the family. Uncle Chai and his wife have 2 OKU daughters.
The car came to a halt on a small hillside, "The car has to be parked here as we can't go any further. We have to get off the car and walk up", one volunteer said with a smile. It turned out that the house was on top of a small hill and they have to hike up a slope to reach it. So, the three of them quickly grabbed the food bag and started to hike up the slope.
After Uncle Chai’s wife, Kak Wee, warmly invited the volunteers into her house, she cheerfully explained that Uncle Chai was not at home that day as he had gone out to work. The short sentence could not cover up her joy that Uncle Chai found work that day. Although Uncle Chai does not earn much for a day's work, it was precious. During the chat, the co-worker asked Fung , the eldest daughter, what does she like to eat. "Saya suka makan mushroom", Fung replied happily while looking at the food stuff on the ground. The small cans of food bring joy to Fung's life.
The volunteers learned that Uncle Chai's house was newly built. The house has a simple layout with three small rooms and one toilet. The volunteers were concerned that although there is an opening at the wall, but it’s not a window. "What happen when it rains?" the co-worker asked, pointing at the opening. "We just use mops. It's nice to have a house now. We were worried as we didn't have a place to live," Kak Wee replied. It turned out that during the pandemic, other than having insufficient food, they were also worried about accommodation. The land where their previous house was on was being developed and they had to be relocated. Thanks be to God for He cares for the poor! When the church heard about their predicament, they came to help. The construction of the house was interrupted due to the pandemic, but the relocation deadline was drawing near. In desperation, Uncle Chai found a few people to help him build the house. Although the structure of the house is not stable and due to limited materials, they can only have a wall with just an opening but without windows, for this family of four, having "a roof to cover their heads" is a very beautiful thing. An income from a day's work, a small can and an imperfect dwelling are their source of happiness when they barely have enough resources. One would not feel lacking in life if one is contented - this is simple happiness.