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We all live in this home and enjoy the comforts. We are all equally responsible for making it a wonderful place to spend our days in.
My Dear Family,
You know I love you and I know you love me, During these times of pandemic and lockdown, our life has been shaken up. You, as kids, have had to adjust to a lot of changes very suddenly. It can all feel quite unfair, and rather like a bad dream. One you wish to wake up from really soon.
However (there is always a however), “muddayi lakh bura chahe to kya hota hai, wahi hota hai jo manzur-e-khuda hota hai”. (No matter how much anyone wants to hurt you, finally only that is possible that God wishes). This is a line about accepting things that God or Nature (or virus) control. Accepting things that we cannot change.
This letter is written to you not to clarify the above survival mantra, but to write down my thoughts around the expectations in this family. So here goes-
Lots of love! Xoxo
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Garima is a psychologist, mind-body wellness coach, holistic weight-loss specialist, and author of
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