K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Knowledge is power.
This system makes us habitual to work in a certain way or live in a certain environment. Although men and women are equal, but we see that women are considered as weak and downtrodden. They are deprived of their rights in large part of the society. Overall situation is that practically women are not equal to men. Women are habitual to be treated like this and they have adjusted themselves that they are not equal to men.
Caste system is the result of this adjustment. When something is continued for ages people don't resist any longer. They begin to live with what is trending around them. Some people who resist are marginalised.
Be indian and buy Indian.
" Be Good and Do Good "
Keep your Face to the SunShine
I am still trying to learn how to get used to that repeated and irritating talks by my mother in law. I am sorry if you feel about my complaint. I am not offending her. She has the habit of repeating the same thing until the work is completed. She keeps on telling silly things. This irritates me a lot. I can't get used to that.
#72427426: Mallela jyothi, I do not want to offend you but I seriously laughed out loud when I read that you want to get rid of your mother in laws repetitive talks. I am also experiencing the same things. I cannot stop nor want to listen but no option I keep quite.
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
'To know what you know and what you do not know, that is true knowledge.'-Confucius