Monday, 1 September 2014

What She thinks of Him!

Women this and women that. Everywhere there are sagas of women in distress. Enough of all that, I was tired of seeing and reading so much ill about women that it made me write this article. I wanted to give a piece of my mind to all those men who think women are dirt. I started thinking about how women were perceived by men from time immemorial. Never was a women asked how they perceived a man. Now I get it why.
                                    
“We are nothing for you. We are not important”. “We should stick to reproducing and making food”. “We have no choice but to depend on you”. That’s what you men think about women. Now here is what women think about you men.

                                           image courtsey : google images


·        You have taken birth from a woman’s body. So if you think we are nothing but “per ki jooti” (footwear) then your birth has taken place from that “jooti” (footwear) itself. Now where would you place yourself?

·        You think we need to cover our bodies with veils of all sorts. Why is that? Just because your kinds can’t keep their lust in control? Now who is weaker?

·        We are not allowed to take important decisions. You say: “Don’t use your brains”. Yes, because if we did you people would face some tough competition.Therefore, you make us feel like we are dumb chicks.

·        After a bad breakup why don’t you people go and cry in front of your dads? Why do you need a mother to wipe your tears? The same mother who was silenced when she tried to talk between the conversations you and your dad had the other day.

·        You think that the world’s best chefs are men. Go and ask them their inspiration. There would be no mention of a dad or a grand dad in there.

·        Women are dependent on us financially. Really? We have proved that wrong many years ago.

·        Education was just for men in olden days. Now we can see why that was so. The increasing number of girls scoring more than boys totally proves that even in academics we are better than you people.

·        Ever thought why always a man proposes a woman for marriage?  That too going on his knees. That’s because my friends we don’t need men to handle our things or families. It’s you who needs us to help and manage your things and families. Because guess what you people can’t even put your things on place. Now who is dependent?

·        And guess what? You need US, to get an offspring. If men are the superior sex, go get sons from a man’s body. 

·        Women are nothing but liabilities. Then why do men worship goddesses? So you are literally bowing your head in front of that person whom you thought was a “per ki jooti” (footwear).Great!

Even after reading everything I just mentioned you feel like “Nah, that’s rubbish”. Then let me tell you, you are just in denial. The next time you try to disrespect a women, you would sink even lower than us, then you already are. 

Saturday, 4 January 2014

Resolutions Triumphed

With the commencement of 2014, children, youngsters and the elderly all are taking on new resolutions. Resolution is defined as a firm decision to do or not to do something. I have had made a number of resolutions at the start of every New Year and like most of the people have witnessed the short lived life of it. So I thought, does the word itself have a jinx attached to it? Because whenever I say I have made a resolution, it never actually gets to live a long life. I’m sure most of you have experienced the same fate of resolutions. There are so many new things that I would like to add to my list of good habits and so many things that I want to chuck out from my black list of habits. So what to do if resolutions act so stubbornly on not getting happened the way I want them to.

So this time I tricked my mind not telling it that I have made a resolution but actually started doing it daily. This did not begin at the 1st of January this year but at the last month of 2013. I started doing a thing which I wanted to do on regular basis.  It was not easy to continue with it each day, some days I just felt lazy doing it, and some days the Satan led me astray from my path. Everything seemed tempting enough to not let me pursue, that which I had taken on indirectly as my “resolution”. I even skipped days not doing them. But one day I feared losing a good habit if I gave way to my laziness and many other temptations. So I started doing them again and then every day. And believe me I still do feel lazy about not doing it but now when I think about skipping it, I start to feel guilty. That guilt makes me feel, that something has control over me instead of me having control over it. This was not a good feeling for me. What felt good, really good was the satisfaction of having controlled something, of not letting something slip out of my control. The happiness to successfully complete the resolution I had taken.

Days passed and finally with much gusto the world embraced the New Year. When people around the world were making resolutions, thinking how long would it last? I was smiling to myself, patting my back because I had a resolution which I know would certainly not live a short life. I overcame all the hurdles it threw at me, all the challenges it gave me. My new year started off with not “a resolution” but I would now say proudly with “a new habit”.

I learnt one thing from my experiment is that: Your mind should not have control over you but you should have control over it.
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P.S: Happy New Year Guys