The Miracle - - Women - Asma Shums <as­mashums@gmail.com>

When & if at all, hus­band asNs his wife at the end of the day What did you do to­day ’ Wife is al­ways slightly con­fused that what should she say How can she an­swer this Tues­tion daily The same thing over and over again. How can she an­swer the same mono­tone Tues­tion with a mun­dane an swer that she did the same thing she did yes­ter­day. She cooNed, cleaned, man­aged & main­tained the rou­tines of the day. She tooN care of the chil­dren and fam­ily and did her daily chores. So in­stead, she smiles and says , did noth­ing’. o we re ali e that this noth­ing’ is maNing ev­ery one’s cup of tea from the morn­ing till late night and ev­ery­thing in be­tween When she does this, it fa­cil­i­tates a smooth house hold oper­a­tion. The house is what turns into a “HOME”. When she is re­spected, loved & cher­ished her sac­ri­fice of do­ing noth­ing spe­cial is re­spected. ,n this mod ern world where ev­ery­one is worNing, the worN should ac­tu­ally be dis­trib­uted to all the fam­ily mem­bers, yet some­body still as to the lead of do­ing that noth­ing spe­cial’. 7 R SHRSOH D H WR H W H DFN R H RI W H R H ,n to­day’s time, life­styles have shifted. How­ever, we are still the same peo­ple. We still ex­pect more from a wo­man and give less. ESPE&T & E /, T,O1. There are two Ney pil­lars for a healthy at­mos­phere of any home. ll the fam­ily mem­bers should have re­spect for each other. This means that even if we dif­fer in our opin­ions, even if we do not agree or liNe the de­ci­sions of el­ders, we should still re­spect them and trust their ex­peri ence. They have more wis­dom the us. We should try to un­der­stand and re­spect­fully show them our view points. /ives is all about hav­ing an open mind and Neep your mind open for dis­cus sion. The choice of words and be­hav iour can fa­cil­i­tate any con­ver­sa­tion to a bet­ter world. Self­ish­ness & short term ben­e­fits are the root cause of de­struc tion. Tol­er­ance teaches you to rise above your­self from only thin­Ning from our own view point. ,t teaches us to see beyond our nose. Ev­ery­one in the fam­ily should be thought of and con­sid­ered as an im por­tant be­ing. nfor­tu­nately this is very un­pleas­ant on the shoul­ders of el­ders, par­ents. They are of­ten mis­un­der­stood by chil­dren. The be­hav­iour of grown up chil­dren is the re­flec­tion of par­ent’s early be­hav­iour. When there is har­mony in the par­ent’s re­la­tion­ship, the child learns. The youth be­ing in­ex­pe­ri­enced in life fails to un­der­stand cer­tain things and ul­ti­mately harms their own self. When par­ents seem soft cor­ner for weaNer child or Neep pa tience in im­prov­ing one the oth­ers thinN it to be in us­tice to them or they taNe wrong route of elf pity or re­bel­lious thoughts & ac­tions but fail to give co­op­er­a­tion. So once mar­ried it is nec­es­sary to first un­der­stand the role of both par­ties & set some ba­sic rules of house­hold, taNe re spon­si­bil­ity of new life to­gether and if needed change them­selves and hon­our each other. Start the life prop­erly be­fore chil­dren are given birth. This can e made oy­ful, in­ter­est­ing ex­pe­ri­ence with the help of love & un­der­stand­ing. ,nfo

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