28
May

Life Mantra: Accept Each Others Faults & Celebrate Relationships

Ex. President Of India Dr. Abdul Kalam Says: “When I was a kid, my Mom cooked food for us. One night she had made dinner after a long hard day’s work, Mom placed a plate of ‘subzi’ and extremely burnt roti in front of my Dad.

I was waiting to see if anyone noticed the burnt roti. But Dad just ate his roti and asked me how was my day at school. I don’t remember what I told him that night, but I do remember I heard Mom apologizing to Dad for the burnt roti. And I’ll never forget what he said: “Honey, I love burnt roti.”

Later that night, I went to kiss Daddy, good night & I asked him if he really liked his roti burnt. He wrapped me in his arms & said: “Your momma put in a long hard day at work today and she was really tired. And besides… A burnt roti never hurts anyone but HARSH WORDS DO!”

“You know son – life is full of imperfect things… & imperfect people…” I’M NOT THE BEST & I HAVE LEARNT TO ACCEPT THAT LIFE IS NOT PERFECT AND NOR ARE PEOPLE NEAR & DEAR TO YOU.

What I’ve learnt over the years is: To Accept Each Others Faults & Choose To Celebrate Relationships”.

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