Chairman Kim Jong Il devoted his all to the coming generations over the whole period of his guidance to the revolution and construction.
Learning repeatedly about the cultivation and harvest of Korean grape in the vineyard of the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun, which President Kim Il Sung had personally tended, the Chairman took measures to supply the grape to the children in Pyongyang every year.
One day, he happened to learn that three children from an islet, which is too small to be marked on ordinary maps, came into the land to attend primary school. The children must be missing their parents, he said to officials and proposed to build a branch school on the islet for them. It is not good to let little schoolchildren stay away from their home to go to school, he reiterated.
When an official told him that the children would finish the primary school course in one or two years, the Chairman stressed the need to build a branch school on the islet, even if it was one year or two left.
In January 2007 he took a measure to supply raw materials unconditionally to the Pyongyang Children’s Foodstuff Factory to produce soya milk without letup.
When he saw soya milk vans running along the streets in Pyongyang on his way back from his field guidance trip, he waited with pleasure on the crossroads to let the vans pass before his car to carry soya milk to the children.
His loving care for the coming generations is being carried forward by the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un.