What is your complaint?

The Story of finding the Contempt

The Banyan Tree by Nadeesha Emaduwa
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Look at my hair! It’s dry, fragile, and malnourished.

My dear friends, what is your complaint?

Is it the color of your skin? Bodyweight or your height? Or a Feature you never had.

If you have nothing to complain about yourself. What about your spouse?

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Each day, every moment, we have something to worry about. It’s not just you and me, it’s the nature of all human beings. Complaints are like a never-ending cycle. At the very moment, we get satisfaction or get rid of one complaint, there will be plenty of brand-new complaints.

So, what is your complaint?

For me, it was my poor hair!

When I was young, like every other girl all I wanted was very long hair. But my parents always wanted to cut it short.

One reason for this was, they thought it was so cute! The other reason or the real reason was that it was easy to maintain. They preferred one less trouble.

I was born in the early 90s and we didn’t have fancy salons in Sri Lanka those days. We had only one gloomy saloon in a dark corner of the town, where an old barber gave haircuts as per his own will.

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The Banyan Tree by Nadeesha Emaduwa
ILLUMINATION

Motivational Speaker, Inspire people and Free writer. I am trying to spread love and compassion while bringing happiness for all.