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Birth Day kipah thu Gennna

Amasa in ah ka pianchampha mu thei non dia dam hn piak ziak in Pathian tung a ki pah thu ka gen hi..
Ka pian ciil apat hn na kem a hn na khoi lian ka nu le pa.. Pa Pathian in damna hatna pia in kum sawt khua dam pih din om pih hen cih ka thumna ahi..
laa phuak tu in ana gen swk mah bang in hia leitung aw i khual zin na ahi.. hiai i khual zin sung tomcik ahi a.. kum bg zah i khual zin dia chi a thei Pa lou ngal a om kei.. hiai i khual zin na ah a khen chia lampi hak sia in tou dia, a khen cia lam phei hun om ding ahi,,
anuam a hak hita leh i khual zin na lam pi ttot di sau pi om lai a,, hiai tan hn tung pih ziak in Pa Pathian ka phat ahi amah pang lou hileh, kawl ken se lak bg, lam tou bg a ka pukse khin di,,
lampam sik khial lou kuah mah a om kei, kwn le kana sik khial mun lua huai hun cia hn phong tou tu lawm levual sang gam le deihsak tu te ziak a hun ta
pi ah lampam sik khial di lai ka it non su vaak sak ziak un ki pahthu na tung uah kon gen ahi..
Hun paisa ka et kik chiang in ka khualzin a ah ka na tot khak ka na tun khak na te bang ka ngaih tuah kik chia zin du siam ka sa thei pet mah mai,, amau bamg bang khovel i ki poi moh ahi huai kom kaal ahi.. mi mit sit ding hian zak fah ding hiam kan gen te Toupan hn ngai dam hen aw.. Hiai khual in lampai di sau pi om lai ah hn ki ton pih lawm le vual te aw na tung uah kipah na ni bang hn tang hen aw..

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