Miracle Morning #9: 10 October 2017 – The Son Who Was Not.

  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.

Nugget-24: Parents Do Care!

Recently while going through my feed on Quora, I came across a question which raised doubts if a parent really does care for their child! I was taken aback with the thought and wrote the undermentioned words on the subject. I hope the reader finds the post of some value to their domain of interest. … Continue reading Nugget-24: Parents Do Care!

We Are No More Just A Mother And A Son. We Are Companions For Life.

I was nineteen when my father was pulled away from us by the Meta force called death. My mother was just 40 and had lost her partner, her love just mid-way in her life. All she had left to live for was a son she and her husband had welcomed to life on 11th of … Continue reading We Are No More Just A Mother And A Son. We Are Companions For Life.

… Every Indian Mother …

I would wake up at 6 to find out that she woke up at 5 to prepare me breakfast and get me ready for school. When I would return from school, she would feed me hot food and delicious icy-cool lassi (sweetened buttermilk). Then I would go to sleep while she would collect my school … Continue reading … Every Indian Mother …

Daddy, how are babies born?

Indian parents consider “Discussion about sex with kids” a taboo. Something that may ruin the harmony and balance. They find it awkward to discuss things relating to reproduction and related issues with their kids. Owing to the need to satiate the curiosity, their children end up taking lessons from this super awesome teacher named "Internet". … Continue reading Daddy, how are babies born?