03 Feb Children will always go away unlike in the last century
I and Geeta went out for a long drive but covered only 120km. Saw two of my own near ones. One was a man my cousin roughly as old as I am. But relatively keeps nearly similar health like me.
Chanda, my cousin lives well in a modern house with his wife. Their children are off. One boy in Kuwait on a job and a girl in the same district, but with her own family.
Bottom line is whether or not u r in a town or village, my .generation is roughly like a western home. The children go awayto make home where ever job or business take them to.
The second visit was to a nephew who is recuperating after a surgery. But he is back to work unlike most, and obviously the work demands getting out of sick bed quickly.
There is the moral. Children will always go away unlike in the last century. Let us face the realities of life.