It happened when the respected General Secretary Kim Jong Un visited the Kyongsang Nursery.
While looking round various places of the nursery and he dropped in at the indoor wading pool.
Carefully looking at the wading pool including the water tank and the wall which were cozily and cleanly arranged, the respected General Secretary suddenly asked the depth of water tank.
After being informed that it was 30 centimeters deep, the respected General Secretary said that it was not so deep but suitable for nursery children adding the depth of water tank should be 50 or 60 centimeters for kindergarteners.
The officials were so moved.
Everybody remained indifferent to the depth of water tank.
However, only the respected General Secretary, the benevolent father of our children, paid deep attention to it.
The officials looked again at the water tank overflowing with love and sincerity of great father.
His Earnest Reflected Warm Love for Children
One day several years ago, the respected General Secretary visited the Taesongsan General Hospital.
At that time, some children of the baby home and orphanage in South Phyongan Province were receiving medical treatment at the hospital thanks to measures taken by the General Secretary.
When he dropped in at a sickroom for the orphans, he acquainted himself with the nutritive conditions of them.
An orphan, who was in the General Secretary’s arms, played in a lovely manner.
Seeing the orphan, an official said to the General Secretary that the child seemed to regard him as his father.
The General Secretary warmly said that he was their father.
Indeed, there is no such leader in the world as the General Secretary who takes parental care of the orphans.
That day the General Secretary warmly said that all orphans were full of vigor and he could hardly repress his tears when the orphans threw themselves into his arms calling him father.
Saying that all of them were sons and daughters of the Workers’ Party, he added that he should take care of them well in order to let them stoutly grow free from the sorrow of being orphans.
Looking up to the General Secretary, the officials were convinced that orphans in the country would lead a happy life under the warm love of the General Secretary.