1. In the olden days, to get a one-year-old child to eat its food, his mother or granny would show him the birds in the day-sky or the moon at night. Today, the very same people place the TV remote in the child’s hands and make him eat to his heart’s content.
2. A woman said to her friend, “Your daughter should be grateful to have born to you.” Her friend said, “No. I have to be grateful to be her mother.” How many mothers are like this?
3. The time gone is like a broken mud pot. Future time is like a cat walking on a thin compound wall. It can fall on either side. The present time is like a good musical instrument. It is up to us how we strum it.