Professors with the highest degrees from the highest universities to their credit, campus like a Hollywood film set. Facilities so advanced and sophisticated, that you have never even heard of before, a reputation that most other schools can’t stand up to in a thousand years;
These are some of the common ideas for which parents often push away their kids into distant ‘dream lands’ in the hope to make them more intelligent and successful than their counterparts.
Kids get sent away so very young, to hostels so very far away; separated from home and family, they learn to become part of the rat – race; learn everything about the world, adjust with everything…….grow up with dozens of other kids and yet; all by themselves.
Very fast they become into strong, successful, independent adults – BUT – in all this jaldbaazi they often miss out on the very first lesson of life : THE FAMILY TIES . The few precious years growing up at home, get lost somewhere; and all that remains is a silent lifeless home; with parents dearly clinging onto the few faint memories of their children, desperately and longingly waiting for them to return home.
Unfortunately, some of these longings remain unfulfilled.
But from the children’s point of view – WHY would these children who have NEVER known ‘what it is like’ to be at home; EVER return to their old humbled nest? When their very own Maa – Baap have shown them; only the biggest, fanciest, farest, place is the BEST?