Thursday, October 31, 2013

The Line Of Crossing

Today, my colleague and myself were talking of boarding life. You know, children being brought up in the boarding. Now its not in vogue. But in the 70s and 80s, most of the kids were in the boarding, including me. You know, the life is so pampered, with nothing to do, just learn, play, eat, sleep. No work at all. Our world, our life. Everyone have money. All needs fulfilled, everything. But there is one thing missing. We lose the freedom part. We can do everything, but in a framework, or else, you are out and my brother was so naughty, that he couldn't get a boarding. You might think, why he was naughty. Simple, he wanted the freedom of love. You know when we are with the parents, we do not need to look at rues, regulations and restrictions and that is what we call the freedom of love.

But the current generation of parents, know it in full force and that is why, now-a-days, children are more at home and shoot the boarding.

Now, there is a drawback which we parents are inculcating in our children,
1. They have so much freedom, that they do not know the line of crossing.
2. They are completely fulfilled, that they take it for granted, that it is their right to have whatever they ask for.
3. They have so much need that sky is their limit and we are unable to keep up to their expectations, when unfulfilled which ultimately ends in suicide or make them drug addicts or wasted life.

So just make sure, whether we have crossed the line of crossing.

See you tomorrow.

Until then, take care. Bye

Meena

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