I was that intransigent son, who gave his parents a really tough time in his teenage. Probably it was adolescence or my company, which had hit my consciousness and sanity. Or maybe it was both of them. Whatever my parents would do for me, I would brand it all as their duty rather than … Continue reading Miracle Morning #9: 10 October 2017 – The Son Who Was Not.
The first time I laughed after I had lost my father, I stopped abruptly just within a few seconds. I was feeling guilty for being happy about something so soon. I began to wonder how could I find something amusing enough just weeks after! And, no one made me feel that way. It was my … Continue reading Nugget-28: Why It Takes Time To Get Over Death Of A Loved One?
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“There is no way out.`” My head kept regurgitating that to me. That was the only thought playing back and forth over and over again in my mind. I thought I could will myself to death with those words. But, I could not. I had a mother. I had to get better. For her, I … Continue reading Nugget-16: I Just Had To Be A Better Son.
Continued from Part-3 of the four part Mini Reading Series (MRS)– “The Unrequited Love Story of a Father & a Son.” I was surrounded by sorrow, suffering, grief, anguish and affliction. My father was no more to guide me how to face the world. The person who had protected me against every tough reality about life, … Continue reading MRS-1-(4/4) : He Defied Death & Came Back To His Son!
Continued from Part-2 of the four part Mini Reading Series (MRS)– “The Unrequited Love Story of a Father & a Son.” Within the next few hours, our house began teeming with people. Some of them were our neighbours and the society residents. Others were relatives or friends. Some were confabulating and expressing grief to each other. … Continue reading MRS-1-(3/4) : I Made My Greatest Mistake Ever.
Continued from Part-1 of the four part Mini Reading Series (MRS)- “The Unrequited Love Story of a Father & a Son.” We were about to move into a house of our own. Everyone was brimming with vivacity and happiness. But, the excitement, energy and happiness of everyone else combined too were nothing compared to the elated … Continue reading MRS-1-(2/4) : The Dream That Died Young.
I was about 7, when we used to stay in a small town of Hanumangarh in Rajasthan. And, financially we were in a deplorable state. You can get an insight into our condition considering that my parents used to save money for a bunch of days to buy me my favourite pineapple juice every fortnight … Continue reading MRS-1-(1/4) : The Pursuit of Success.