you’re the one who crippled me ‘cos my choices my ideas my dreams my hopes were never ever good enough for you not even the simplest color of my nails to the most complex house decor so, yeah it’s all on you you’re always the one the only best.
but i tell you gone are those days when men rule the world when husbands have more power than wives when men are the only voice when their minds bear the ultimate sovereign truth when men are given ample rights and opportunities than women.
Some people would say that children bear the consequences of their parents’ actions. Those people would be wrong. Children are the consequences of their parents’ actions. Everything they become is a direct result of everything their parents have done.
Ehsan had both of his parents growing up. This wasn’t necessarily a good thing.
From one of them, Ehsan learned cruelty. From the other, martyrdom. Watching them together taught him from a very young age that sometimes tearing a family apart is the only way to save the people in it. That, even so, there are people who would rather suffer every day than leave behind their children to break all alone.
And that there were children who, no matter how much pain they received in the past, managed to teach themselves to never give the same pain back to its source.
The last one Ehsan learned from himself.
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I salute all the wonderful MOMS for patiently and painstakingly providing and making a home where good people can grow.
And as we celebrate Mother’s Day, let us remember and include in our prayers, the children who were not lucky enough to have mothers and who are victims of DOMESTIC VIOLENCE