One mistake can change the world


 

Daily Dose: One mistake can change the world.

The world had gone smaller. A 400 m container ship literally stopped the world for almost a week as it blocked the Suez Canel, a major waterway that serves as a gateway between Europe, US and Asia.

It goes to show that a singular mistake could easily change the world. As a parent, I am prone to mistake. It could be the way I am educating my children or the way I am conducting myself as a husband. Mistakes made at home are often thought of as trivial. The reality is, a singular mistake could easily change the world.

Regardless of what mistakes, it is often good to evaluate what had happened and how to prevent it in the future. In some careers, a mistake could mean the difference between life and death. Next time when you say ' It is ok' to the child that makes the mistake, instead of brushing it aside, use it as a teachable moment. You never know what you may have prevented if you have done so.


1) 21 Covid 19 cases

21 Imported

  • 3 (Cases 61296, 61306 and 61309) are Singaporeans and 3 (Cases 61288, 61291 and 61308) are Singapore Permanent Residents who returned from India, Myanmar, the Philippines and Turkey.
  • 1 (Case 61294) is a Dependant’s Pass holder who arrived from India.
  • 11 are Work Permit holders who arrived from Bangladesh, Myanmar and the Philippines, of whom 2 (Cases 61297 and 61303) are foreign domestic workers.
  • 3 (Cases 61287, 61292 and 61293) are Short-Term Visit Pass holders. Cases 61287 and 61292 arrived from Canada and India respectively to visit their family members living here. Case 61293 arrived from Malaysia to assist in Police investigations.
Source: MOH

2)  Suez Canal traffic resumes after stranded cargo ship is set free.
Your Amazon Orders shipped from US is now on their way.

Source: CNA


3) Singapore studying a proposal from Hong Kong to reopen borders safely.
Vaccination will be part of the requirement.
Other countries that are currently having talks include Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and New Zealand.


Looks like travelling could be back by end of the year!

Source: CNA















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