I remember one quote “Pain when delivered in excess brings a strange happiness..”
Pain observed in others, more specially in them, that never did get the opportunity to live fully shall only express pain. Not only in terms of their sufferings but to them that spend their time with them.
Today is 08th March, celebrated as International Woman’s Day. But one survey of Indian husband’s proves that 365 days in a year is woman’s day in their home. Haha..
But now on a serious note, I want to take a minute to note recent happenings which makes us to put in shame. Its really shameful in our country where Lady Goddesses are worshipped but women suffers in silence.
I don’t understand why girl is unwanted. From the time she is conceived, her life ends in the womb, thrown in gutter or becomes part of hospital waste. We know about terrible figures of sex-ratio in many states of India. We also know shocking statistics on health threats to women, sexual violence, cultural and religious factors, trafficking and molestation in various parts of India. In the end, sufferer is Women.
Many committees, women empowerment cells, stringent laws, bills have been introduced to fight against such crimes. But in vain. We should show concern about these happenings and rise to fight against it.
Women are important part of anyone’s life. Being a mother, sister, daughter or a friend. Women are active in all professions right from rickshaw driver to pilot of aircraft. From small scale cottage industry to large scale business CEO. A sincere mark of respect to all women in the world for their contribution in making the life of their husband, father, brother, son-daughter or friend a wonderful one. Thank You.
And about me, after undergoing treatment this week I am back to normal. Some dose of medicines, injection and tests I am feeling better now. Thanks to the doctor (again she is a lady doctor) for making me well.
Thanks for your wishes and Good bye.
Will see you soon in my next post.