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Monday, January 21

Maa, Ammi, Mumma... Whatever you call her. :)


Who says love at first sight does not exists?
I have been loving my mother, ever since I was born.


 No matter how many quarrels sum up our everyday invoice, Or how many shouting I get to receive from her. No matter how many times I trouble my mother or how many times, she gets irritated. At the end of the day, It is that maternal love, that she comes to check whether I did sleep properly or no.

There is no way, we can repay to our mother, who suffers for 280 days, gives us our life and brings us to this world. It is this universal fact, that whatever we may become, whatever we may achieve, we WILL always be a part of her. 


To be honest, I realized this now... That for a mother, the greatest grieves could be enduring the pain for us, being the contributor of our upbringing and later being neglected by the same individual.

The depth of maternity can never be reciprocated in any other form, it is this universal feeling to every female. Mother's love is what is Love's definition.

As being a individual in my teenage, I often end up hurting my mother and not realizing it soon, But I want her to know and understand, that whatever I do, whatever I express certainly has a couch of love for you. It comes to an end of myself being hurt every time I hurt you. Asking forgiveness isn't the solution, the damage is already done. 


Tanishq Sharma
But Maa, If you read this.. let me tell you.


"I love you for what you are, I love you for what you have been through,
I love you for being a support to me, I love you for everything you ever sacrificed for me,
I love you for coming back every time I hurt you,
I love you for shedding your tears silently so that mine does not flow,
I love when you save the best things for me,
I love when make me your first priority,
And
I love you for giving me this life."





A note to every individual irrespective of age : No matter how much you dislike your mother, She has endured every ounce of pain to give you this life, to give you these breaths, to give you this vision you see the world with, to give you these ears to hear, to give to that heart, you can feel with.

The growing generations seems to have forgotten the meaning of maternal love, the practicality have replaced the bonding

I may not have realized it till now, but now I am clear of my conscious.
I take an oath to love and respect my mother till my last breath.
Because, the life i am living is given to me by her.

Its not what you haven't done, its what you can still do. 
When someone takes an effort to make you their special ones, then prove them the reason why they are right! :D






21 comments:

  1. Its BEAUTIFUL, Tanishq! Sometimes its hard to believe that you're the same guy who used to fool around all the time in 9th A! You actually turned into a philosopher, a good one at that!

    I always thought I was a good writer; I was told so too! But trust me, I'm having a lil' complex here. You have overtaken me in this field. I am NO match to your caliber!!

    You're plain AWESOME.

    By the way, its "Ammi" !!! =P


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    1. Oh Thanks A lot :) It means a lot :)
      Btw, May I know your Name?:)

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    2. You know me very well, Tanishq! =P
      Keep guessing throughout your life!
      Hint- I am the LAST person you will think of! ;)

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    3. Were You A Part Of 9A?

      Meenakshi Miss? Jahnavi Bhatia?
      Give me some more hints!

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    4. Yes, I was a part of 9th A.

      Seems like you don't remember me... =(

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    5. By the way, I already gave you a hint! :-/

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    6. Ishita Sawant??!
      Give me some more hints :D

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    7. Nope!
      If I was Ishita Sawant, then I would have put some name which was something related to music or the color blue.
      If I was Jhalak, well then I think I would have written so!! =P

      Guess harder, Tanishq! Its sad that you don't remember me!! =( =P

      I have a pen-pal in Georgia, he said that I am a person who is hard to forget, and he hasn't even met me! I guess you're proving him wrong.. =( =P

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    8. Ohh.. Tanishka? I cant be wrong this time!

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    9. Maybe... Maybe not? ;)

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    10. Oh Common, End up this Dilemma!

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    11. Lol. =P
      Chill! =D

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  2. Wish everyone thought the same as you.. Though as you said in today's world the bonding has changed.. The world has become more of materialistic or should I say an individual has become more of materialistic.. Love is measured not in words or in silence or even in tears.. Its just measured in what is given.. I really wish there would be more teenagers like you.. With your kind of thinking.. Your Mom would definitely be proud of you..

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  3. Oh I wish the same. The world has changed, so did our needs and deeds. And somewhere It is lacking that deep and intense love and care.

    Thankyou Saroj Miss, Your valuable comments makes me feel proud :)

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  4. Nicely written although it has some grammatical errors, but never the less, very touching.Also, avoid using emoticons unless really necessary, destroys the tone of the article.
    Here's something I wrote on Mothers(It's a poem in fact)
    A Mother Always Claps The Loudest(http://www.thestandingcoin.com/2012/09/a-mother-claps-loudest.html)

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  5. Thankyou Siddharth For Your Precious Views :)

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  6. This is one of the great. I was unaware OF ITS ENTRY IN MY SUBCONSCIOUS MIND AND FELT IT DURING THE MEDITATION. Keep on writing like this.

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