săa ràek ขาด
bâan = house
dtàek = [to] be broken
săa ràek = relative
kàat = [to] be worn-out ; be torn
Literal MeaningBroken home, family torn apart
English ProverbBroken home, family torn apart
A tragic event in the home can tear the family apart and destroy them. Children from a broken home often become poorly socialised.
mêua gòn krôp krua née rák gan mâak dtàe dton-née bâan dtàek săa ràek kàat láew
Before this family love each other very much but now they are broken home, family torn apart.
Reading this idiom made me sad. My own family is broken and now I worry about my son. But it was my choice to break with his mother. I still want the best for my son.
Sorry for such a tragedy news, I wish you all the best and If there anything I can help you out please don’t be hesitate to let me know. Everything is going to be alright, stay strong.
Thank you for your support. My son is also a luk krung (half Thai, half English), so it makes it worse that his Thai mother has left him in Isaan with his Thai grandma. Of course he looks so different from all the other kids.
Your website is nice. Did you do all the artwork yourself? Good job. Maybe I can link to you from my blog.
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Ryan, all the artwork were created by one of Chiang Mai local artist. I wish I could draw a straight line. LOL
Please feel free to make a link to my site. Thanks in advance
I had this page saved some time before but my PC crashed. I have since gotten a new one and it took me a while to come across this! I also in fact like the design though.
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