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Sunday, 3 January 2016

Must Read For All Parents

I always wanted to have my own daughter. This is the reason in my second book, 'Happily Married' I have mentioned about a girl child, nick named as 'Akku,' perhaps to better express myself.

I believe that my children shouldn't be like me at all. Instead they should be better than me in everything. Most of us try moulding our children with our own experience; we wanted them to be like us. We measure their actions with our experiences.

As the value of any money is not the same as it had been few years back. Similarly most of the experiences turns out dated with time. It mat happen that some person who strongly believes in God has an atheist child.

A mother bird teaches her young ones to fly.. but may not able to dictate the territory to fly. Probably, she always desires that her young one's could fly better, live longer and have better children than her. Similarly, let your child makes their own bridges of experiences and walk. Parenting is like some 'Matchstick' who sacrifice it's  life to light the candles; still it doesn't own the lightness neither the darkness.

Some of us expect our children's to fulfill our dreams, mainly something we couldn't achieve by own.  Friends, you can give life, but try not moulding it with your experience, belief & dreams.

Remember, its a Human Life and not an Ice Cream.

I should recommend you reading my book 'Happily Married' which would give you more insight on love, care & sacrifice. Your copy is just a click away. Follow this
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I wish you a happy parenting,
Chetan Dalvi
Author

Friday, 1 January 2016

Life Screws Everyone

H A P P Y NY

These words are disarranged as for some people life creates nothing new. My thought today dedicate to those peoples.

For some its new year celebrations .. boozing, bursting firecrackers, having meal at restaurants, exchanging messages & not working at all.

On the other hand, for some people its just another day of hard work. I encountered with a very old man (may be in his late 70's) at one of the railway stations of Mumbai at around 11.30 p.m. yesterday. He was selling the incense sticks. He told me that he would try selling for one more hour. He had a wife to support and a only son who happens to be a special child. I was happy to see at least he was working irrespective of old age; instead of begging.

While most of us celebrated new year, my prayers are with people who may slept hungry.

With Gods grace I'm settled at my plush home but I wonder that old man might be still hunting for customers or he might be preparing for hard work today.  God bless him and everyone.

As the milk dilutes in black tea so shall I would dilute one day in Almighty. Wish before that day I could understand the real reason of disparities.

Thank you God for giving me so much.