Buddhist turned Catholic Middle-Aged Thai Man bought 2 canvas bags to make his wife happy
Kraisak Nana (name changed) is a very religious catholic who was born in a Buddhist household. Kraisak converted to the catholicism when he was 22 after meeting a reverend catholic priest. Kraisak had heard the stories of the Jesus and his apostles back when he was a kid and he really respected them.
Kraisak says that the god never lets you down, you just have to keep faith in him. Kraisak is 42 now and when he was 28, he wanted to start a family, Kraisak is kind of ugly and from a lower-income family and hence he was unable to find a girl who would meet his expectations. Kraisak kept his faith on god and kept going to the church each Sunday, today Kraisak is a father of 3 beautiful kids with a woman 10 years younger than him whom he married back in 2008.
Kraisak’s wife – Poonam is a little too ambitious compared to Kraisak. She wants to buy a rock sculptured house for herself and her family while Kraisak is totally happy with the house, the neighborhood and the city that he lives in.
Kraisak does his best to make his wife happy with the little things that he can buy for her, for example, last Saturday, he bought 2 beautiful canvas bags (กระเป๋าผ้าแคนวาส) for her from one of the fastest growing ‘bags’ websites in Thailand.
Kraisak is an amateur historian as well who claims that only a part of the Arabs are Hagars, not all of them. A Hagar means ‘slave’ in the modern Hebrew language, the Jews call the Arabs ‘Hagars’ because they claim that the modern day Arabs are the progeny of Abraham and Hagar (a handmaid of Sarai). The ethnic Jews are without a doubt the progeny of Abraham and Sarai but Kraisak is certain that all Arabs are not the progeny of Abraham and Hagar.