Love like breathing is an autonomous process and is an innate process for all living being. Our search for love, in essence, is search for our own self. It somewhere begins with our adolescence age around the time when we discover our identity with advent of sexual energy. It is a time, when we begin to realize we are not our parents and this pushes us harder to think of our future and survival. There is tremendous curiosity towards future which is a journey into unknown and it is triggered by sexuality and not spirituality. There is enough sense of realization that parents are base and roots but not the branches and flowers. Having grown with love and care and being accepted for what we are, suddenly, around this age, we feel being left alone.
Parenting has evolved over a period of time specially in last few decades with nuclear family concept due to urbanization and one could argue if it is for good. We are probably the only generation which is beginning to be obsessed with our children and we are far more non trusting in universe else, as said by Gibran, life was taken as a journey where one does experiences and passes on the wisdom and heritage to children and leaving their journey of life on universe.
Role of a mother is to provide unconditional acceptance called love and role of father is to provide unconditional protection…
A child when born does not have mind,ego and sense of survival. It is being inflicted by parents to create a survivor out of child. This is how a child begins to develop survival instinct at the cost of loosing the state of bliss.
I remember the day when I first called Naveen, the day I had lost all hopes of living.
I am 38 years old woman and come from a well-respected industrial family in Karnataka. I am a professional therapist. I have known and practiced all the techniques of psychotherapy. Yet none of it worked and I was seriously considering ending my life.
Jodha does not forgive Akbar when he happens to make mistake of suspecting her in spite of his repeated attempts to seek forgiveness and yet her love and devotion for him did not change. In Dilip Kumar starrer movie “Shakti” when his son (Amitabh Bachhan) is kidnapped, son hears Dilip Kumar saying, it is not important to save him vis a vis his first child and that is his duty. Child misunderstood his father and it goes on to show…