Just heard about a kiddo aged 6 losing both parents in an accident and it started disturbing me. Now, i don't even know but such news have the capability to distract me and shatter me wondering and feeling sorry for the kid.
It must be so difficult losing both parents, he might never be able to come out / forget. Such blows just break you forever, no matter what age it happens. Can't imagine the plight of such a small kid. I wonder if the mom who just died, would she be at peace? Whats life after death? When you leave back your lifeline and go to another world won't she be crying seeing the plight of her child? Maybe every moment, of her child's cry might break her heart. Maybe even after death she might not be able to forgive herself for leaving her kid to this world.
I know fate etc is there, maybe he would move on, grow to be a better person. But a mom would never be able to. Sorry to write this maybe many of you might find this irrelevant or even stupid, but then tha…
Ask any woman what’s the only dreaded question and she would be
quick to retort, "What to cook". I mean seriously I feel blessed are
the souls, who need not have to face this, task of deciding the menu,
especially the husbands. All they contribute in this conversation is saying
"whatever". Kids aren't helpful either. Mine would ask for anything out of
blue and if I say the ingredients aren't there he would say "Mumma then
why ask?" “Do whatever you wish as usual. Whatever I suggest you
always categorize as junk or unhealthy” So again to same burning question,
"what to cook"? There are days
when my mind throws lots of options, so much that making a choice among st them
becomes a deal and the other extreme is days when I open the fridge and wonder
what to whip of the ingredients available with minimum effort? This challenge doesn’t end here as I go to bed with the same question
of what to cook for the next day. Every day to cook something…
PS: This is not a personal post, just a few
thoughts i gathered by speaking to a few people.
I am not against them. I respect them the most and believe some daughter in
laws are the luckiest to get a most understanding Mother in law. But this just
a point of view of the ones who don’t often get to put across their point and
share their dilemma. When
most of us get married, we come with a hope that if not a daughter at least we
would be treated as a daughter in law, a human being and would be given time
and space to understand and adjust to the new relations and family we enter. We accept that mistakes
are a part of life and given a chance, we would make sure not to repeat them.
But please don't hold them against us for there are a lot of things we don't
realize in this new life marriage brings. We seek your patient guidance and
We too would become moms , we go through a lot of pains and we also would like
to give the right value to the kids, help/ guidance apprecia…