Isn’t the world a stage where all of us have different parts to enact? As infants, we are small and want all the love and care of our elders. Though we don’t understand emotions or the trials and tribulations humans face in the big bad world out there, we do know that crying indicates that we aren’t happy. From wanting food to going to sleep; from feeling uneasy to not getting what we want, we have a simple reaction to all and sundry – Cry.
As we grow into our teens, go to school and make or break friendships, we realize that life is all about love, hate, relations, playing video games and much more. Slowly but surely, we move into adulthood. Making a successful professional career, getting married, having kids, saving money for the future, going on trips with families – adulthood is all about this and more.
And finally, we move towards old age. Our body parts and bones start degenerating and become weak. We tend to face health problems of various kinds be it of the heart, the brain, the legs and the likes. As the years go by, we start behaving like a child who doesn’t understand simple things. And then, we expect our own children to stand by us to take care of our well being the same way we took care of them when they were born. Some do take care while others just walk away. And thus, the cycle repeats.
Thanks Parul for nominating me. It’s been a lovely experience participating in this challenge.
Want to know what is this 3-Day Quote Challenge? Here it is –
- Post one of your favorite quotes(different quote on each day) on three consecutive days. The quote can be from your favorite book, author, or your own. –
- Nominate 3 bloggers to challenge them – Today I nominate Eshita, Mithila and Nivedita.
- Thank the blogger, who nominated you.
Linking to NaBloPoMo (National Blog Post Month – July – My post no 9 for this month.