All about #MemoriesForLife

I had amazing #MemoriesForLife right from the beginning. My family always care for me and my mother prepares my favourite dishes. My parents both support me on many occasions and motivated me in all instances.I still remember when I was six years old, I used to cry in front of my parents that I also need a brother or sister as all the neighbour kids were busy with their brothers and sisters while I was alone being a single kid to my parents but soon my wish was fulfilled as I was gifted with a baby sister. I was so happy that day when I heard this great news and ever since than our brother sister bond has been getting stronger and stronger. We both used to have our food together and I remember she used to wait for me when am late from extra classes during school time or with hangout with friends. She used to scold me for small things and highlight the importance of those small things though at that time I used to ignore her but later I do appreciate her. I have been very fortunate to have her in my life as she has guided me to take the right decisions and help in believing in myself always.

There is so much to remember and inspire from our cricket matches and every match played with my cousin. I remember many times when we used to have orange juice and fast food after winning a match at corner street shop every Sunday and discussing about Indian players and their matches. I still love to play cricket with him whenever we get time from our busy life and schedule. It brings back such glorious days and memories alive we have built over the years. Vacations and travelling with family in school days was so much cool and full of entertainment. Every summer holidays I would visit hill station and stay with my extended family and they would treat me same way as their son and would pamper me with loads of goodies and toys which my parent disliked. When my uncle came back from office in evening, he would ask me to read newspaper and explain the sentence in my own interpretation and if I could do it in the right way, then he would give me chocolate that day.

Memories of childhood with family stay forever in our life and we cherish it many times in our life.

“Share your #MemoriesForLife like I’ve done at BlogAdda for HDFC Life.”


Reducing the Sensitive Gap

Life in a country like India is really great, where people follow the things which are correct but some of the unborn traditions with time have taken shape such that mass followers of that do not possibly understand that the tradition itself is wrong. One of this greatest example is of the gender inequality in the society which has become the demon of humanity and development of the nation.Women are expected to be weak and not that capable of going outside the home to earn money and work for survival. Instead they are expected to stay at home and do the small odd jobs helping the males to focus on earning money only.

There are many wrong things in this system but one of the major ones include the decision of the lives of the new generation. Suppose that a girl wants to study ahead and want to do something big in life but according to this system her dream is buried under the sand of gender inequality and she is forced to feel that she is just capable to do small jobs only and going out is not meant for her.This theory applies at home too and we all should not ask other to clean our clothes or wash them.It is time to share the load with family.

The second main problem behind this is that we are killing the talent as it may happen that some girls are better than other boys in a particular field but know these girls are not given an opportunity to prove themselves better and this lead to obstacle in the development of the country.Third problem is that we males depend on females for even smallest of the household work which is so wrong that every person should be capable enough to at least fulfil their basic needs in life and not depend on any other person which may even be you mother or sister as they too deserve a chance to live their own life and to what they really want in life.

It is time to spread this wonderful message to everyone so that people understand the importance of this sensitive issue and something can be done regarding this as soon as possible. It is highly important that every person in this world deserves the right to individuality which states to make their own decisions, follow their own profession and life according to themselves and this is irrespective of gender so I hope it good and beneficial both for society and humanity.I hope that all my readers would have liked my views on this sensitive and interesting topic to talk about.

I am joining the Ariel #ShareTheLoad campaign at BlogAdda and blogging about the prejudice related to household chores being passed on to the next generation.