I believe my daughter is a very simple and balanced individual. She is convent educated and an individual who knows to differentiate between right and wrong.
In her words:
Its very simple to play the blame game but I would like to keep it straight and say, "we tried our best, it just didn't work"! I believe if something is destined for us and its meant to be, come what may,
like it or not but that's precisely what is going to happen. A few of our decisions from the past also play an import role and influence the present situation and the future, but ultimately what's in store for us is what HE has destined for us. It's said that someone somewhere out there is made for each one of us and sometime along the path of life we are destined to meet. What matters is how we actually recognize our soul mates or do we approach life with a different view. A few factors that an individual might look for are compatibility, religion, education and looks. These are essential while looking for a prospective partner but isn't it more important to befriend the individual first especially whilst looking at a prospective husband/wife. I think friendship does wonders and changes a complete equation between two individuals, what more can one ask for if his/her partner is ones best friend. Out here looking for that best friend & someone special and giving life another chance. I belong to a respectable and old Kutchi Memon family residing in Bangalore with my parents; my dad is a retired businessman and my mum is a home maker. I have one brother who lives in London with his wife and two beautiful kids..
I am a graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication and work as a freelance writer.
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