This is the time when we really have to think about what we are doing now days. We are losing respect and love your parents day by day especially the growing young generation. We keep on speaking lie to our elders and we think that they are fool. Actually parents are not fool they are just observing us as what we are doing to them. You must have heard about the great lines We Reap What We Sow and these lines has great and vast meaning. The meaning of these lines is that the way you treat your parents today than that day is not far away when your children will treat you like the way you are treating your parents.
We take money from parents for studies and move out from hometowns to study and set our career but we take advantage of this freedom. We know that our parents will pass on money whenever we need and ask because they think that we have to support our child as much as so that they can study well but what we are doing now-a-days, we bunk classes, have fun, spend time with friends, go for boozing, go for drugs and we are spoiling our life. We get fail year on year and when parents ask than we have simple answer either the college is not good or the teachers are not good or the subjects are too tough and most of people are failed.
Still parents believe on your words because they love and trust you but we never think what we are doing, we are wasting our precious time that is required to build our career and we are wasting our parents hard earned money lakhs just for our enjoyment on the name of studies.
My dear friends don’t waste money and don’t disregard your parents, they are the only angels join earth who love you purely from heart and whose love has not match with anyone in the world. Your partner or wife or love will not love you so deeply and purely like the parents do. They are God to us and we should give them respect and will do everything to keep their heads always up in front of everyone. We need to understand the importance of career in our life. So leave all these bad things and please give worth to parent’s hard earned money.