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A Heartfelt Letter To Parents From Children

Please open your eyes and help us do the same

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels

Dear Parents,

We didn’t tell you or demand you to give us birth.

We didn’t tell you or demand you to make so many sacrifices or compromises. If I am not wrong, you did it out of your love for us, didn’t you?




The wise writers don’t rush. They take time to produce their masterpieces.

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Aman Arora

Aman Arora

Writer, Thinker, Explorer, Environmentalist, Budding Photographer. Spiritual | Curious | Acrophile. Music and Books are love.

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