Gandhiji Principle Turn Different To Mom’s Principles

This picture surely remind you of Gandhiji principles which recall a visual metaphor from India’s famous champion of peace, Mahatma Gandhi, of the “Three wise monkeys”, representing the principle “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”.

After being a mom , the principle is molded in my terms – when I see picture of Gandhaji principle, I just go into imaginary world where I find myself in first rule – hands over my ears to not to hear my two kids fighting and complaining.

Second principle is manipulate to be my son, please keep your eyes shut not to copy your sister or bad things, do not see where I hide toffee,chocolates and how I climb to take out cereals  stored in upper cupboard , not to see how I use knife, how I type on laptop or swipe my mobile. so he cant copy me.

Third principle remind me of my daughter who is a big time chatterbox. I always got complaint regarding his non stop talking habit.   Otherwise she is good in studies. Sometime she talk so unnecessary and useless that totally make me mad.  Even to control her this habit, her father invented a game where she has given a time for 5 minutes to remain  quite, if she wins she will get prize otherwise nothing.  Now you can imagine how talkative she is.  I usually write my blog when my kids are sleeping and if they are awake then again i have to be a google to survive in the flood  of their  question and I myself can’t concentrate on what I am doing.

This is mom story , I find the applicability of these principle in this picture as of my own and I really think most of mom’s will agree to it.

Now Gandhiji world peace principle has lot to do with Mom’s peace principle.  I really has to recall ” Itne shakti hume de  na data mann ka vishwas kamzoor ho na.”

Readers may  assume here a frustrated mom in this post but eventually its not the reality. Jokes apart  I love my kids like anything and can’t cant even imagine a single hour without their questions and their stepping mischief’s . My morning start with them and end with their hugs and cuddles. Motherhood is a blessing and I am happy to have my two sunshine’s in my life, with their presence, my life is full of joy,happiness no space for boredom or time-pass (no time to pass)

This post is a part of Blog Birthday celebrations contest hosted by Zainab and Geethica

25 thoughts on “Gandhiji Principle Turn Different To Mom’s Principles

  1. This the real fact. Kids irritate us, as a mom we have to do so many sacrifices but still we can’t even think a moment without them. They have come from us. They are the part of our body our soul. We, the moms have given them the skin blood and all. Gandhi ji and Mom amazing combination

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