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Writing 101, day 14: Recreate a single day

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Writing 101, day 14: Recreate a single day.

Magic of Hug

Only once in my life time I did a mischievous act and got punished for it. Friends did it every time ,played pranks on others and got away with it. 

I pulled the chair when my friend was going to sit, she fell down. Nothing happened to her but the chair’s arm fell down too. I was summoned to Mother Superior. She calmly fined me Rs. 13 without any scolding.

When I told my mother, She paid the fine but she scolded me terribly even after me saying sorry to her and my friend, and also that it was my first mischief. Wasn’t I her youngest and pet child? How could she do it to me? 

 I did not eat and went to sleep early. 

After some time I felt a warm drop on my cheek and a hand patting my head.

I got up. Mother was there with food and requested me to eat. In fact I was very hungry and secretly waiting for that.

She hugged me and made me promise never to do it again.

I love you and miss you maa.

बहुत पड़ी थी डांट
शरारत खूब जो की थी
खींचे गए थे कान
शिकायत सबने की थी
रोना धोना किया खूब
और बिन खाए ही सो गए
नींद में किसने सर सहलाया
गालों पे दी पप्पी
अरे!मना रही थी अम्मा मुझको
दे जादू की झप्पी|

~ Indira

जादू की झप्पी

 

 

About Indira

I knew all along that life is about, love, compassion, compatibility and friendship, but now I have discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged. So here I am with my blogs about life, friendship, love, and whatever life has taught me.

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  1. Beautiful! It certainly has some intrigue and drama to it, but calmly laid out.

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  2. Awww this is so beautiful Ma. Love love live the poem. Sending Biiiiiiiiiig Hugs n love.❤

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  3. Reblogged this on somkritya and commented:
    My Mom’s poem.

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  4. Mavaan thandiyaan chavaan. .

    Maaa bina na koi laad ladaunda
    Rondiyan nu na chup karwaunda
    Maa hai rab da roop oh duniya waliyo. .

    Reminds me of the above beautiful song

    Mothers are the best..

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  5. It is such a wonderful story, Indira.🙂

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  6. Now that’s a real hug! Beautiful photo and it says so much. I like the story about your Mother also.

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    • Thanks Bev. How are you? Hope you are well settled in your new house.

      On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 8:42 AM, Indira's Blog wrote:

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      • Indira, I am well and excited to move to the house next week! I am currently in an apartment in the city, which was a temporary move for me. Hope you are well and enjoying life.

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      • I’m also shifting to my own house next month. Hope it suits us. You have at last got a house of your liking I hope. My allergy is making my life hell since six month. Otherwise I’m fine when I take anti allergy tab. Wish you all the best. Love and hugs. Take care. Indira.

        On Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 8:51 AM, Indira's Blog wrote:

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      • Likewise…enjoy your new home! Don’t forget to “clear” the energy when you move in.

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      • How to do it dear? I don’t know.

        On Sat, Nov 21, 2015 at 8:38 AM, Indira's Blog wrote:

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      • To clear: light candles and/or burn sage and walk through each room, to the four corners, saying a prayer as you go to ask for protection for all enter the home, and ask to clear each room of negative energy and replace with positive love and peace.

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      • Thanks Bev, thanks a lot. I will do that. Love and hugs.

        On Sun, Nov 22, 2015 at 6:06 PM, Indira's Blog wrote:

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      • To clear: light candles and/or burn sage as you walk through each room, to the four corners. Say a prayer as you go, asking for protection and to clear any negative energy…ask for positive energy…whatever you wish for: love, joy, good health, happiness, etc for all who dwell within and for all visitors to your home.

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  7. M smiling. I did that once in a restaurant in Pune and the poor person fell down. I didn’t realize it but much later..the place was crowded.

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  8. This was a nice story from your youth. I like how it ended with you and your mom smoothing things over. I can relate to this because I took it very hard when I got in trouble (it didn’t happen often). I still can’t rest until I’m certain the person is no longer upset with me🙂

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  9. I can relate to this because every time I go to bed on an empty stomach, I know Amma will bring me food. And every time I need some comfort, I know she’ll be there with her arms held wide open. Mothers’ hugs are “Jadoo ki Jhappis”!🙂

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  10. Hello, Indira. I meet you on Blogger’s World sometimes but this is my first visit to your blog. This piece about your mother is so sweet. I’m checking your follow so I can read you more often. Come see me sometime.

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