I've been tempted to ask a few people the kind of question that is often dismissed as being ridiculous or unrealistic. But it's really a simple question that goes something like this. Apart from Anniversaries, Birthdays, and days like Mother's Day or Father's Day, do you believe that you acknowledge or celebrate the contribution of … Continue reading Mother’s Day – An Awkward Moment
Dua for parents and for pious children
I think celebrating birthdays breeds a sense of entitlement within us. Celebrating an event over which you had absolutely no influence whatsoever is superficial beyond belief. Automatically we entrench the idea that the manner in which you’re acknowledged or showered with gifts on the ‘occasion of your birth’ is supposedly a barometer to determine your … Continue reading A Few Random Thoughts…and a rant!
Simply beautiful truth.
The most important gifts parents can give their children has to be a healthy self-esteem, a moral grounding and an appreciation for principles. Parents that are liberal sicken me. Those that leave their children to develop their own views about life under the guise of not wanting to impose their own views of spirituality, religion … Continue reading brain clutter