Some things cannot be expressed in mere words. You’d have to feel them yourself to be able to understand them.
The case of the FEMININE
A young girl can understand motherhood only when she herself gives birth to a child. That’s when she starts overflowing with love. She’ll feel nostalgic about her own childhood.
She watches the little one grow up in her care. That’s when she realises the love, the pain, the efforts that her parents put into making her own childhood so beautiful.
She realises what a child can be to a mother. She feels tensed and worried about get child. She realises she must’ve hurt her parents when she made fun of them. When they were worried about her health, studies, her wants & needs.
Love, Pain, Joy, Sadness. All these need to be felt first hand to realise their worth. Only then can we understand the decisions made under the effect of these feelings.
The role of time
Time has a wonderful way of teaching us lessons. Even those we never want to pick up or learn by our choice. hence it leaves us with no option but to face it when it comes.
It comes abruptly to open our eyes to reality, to shake us up from our slumber, to make us strong, capable and wiser and henceforth to keep us alert.
We must never judge a person’s past, present or future. We are not aware of what he has gone through. What he is going through. What he fears going through.
A person may have worked too hard in past. Maybe he has slowed down with passing years. That does not prove that he is lazy. Maybe he has taken lot of burden & responsibilities during his young age. It’s natural for such a person to show down.
Each person’s capacity varies. Everyone can’t withstand the struggles. Not receive can hold on with the will to fight out.
So let’s judge none, but give our best to life!
Editor: Srikanth & Shanmukh
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