Everybody starts at zero. So here’s a letter to my son telling him how to embrace the zero’s that come his way and how he can grow from them.
Letters To My Son
The Oak is my favourite tree and my son, I want you to be a Oak. Strength, Versatility and Being Rooted are just some of the qualities of a good Oak and I hope that you too will come to imbibe these in your life.
When my Mamaiji went away, I used to miss her for a thousand selfish reasons. But now that M is here and my mom has become a Mamaiji herself, the loss isn’t as bad. Here’s a letter to her because M is for Mamaiji.
A letter for my dearest friend Innocence whom I have know since childhood but have lost touch with as I grew up. He is now my child’s best friend and it’s wonderful to have him around once again.
From marking your life in days, we have quickly moved to months. As you complete six months with us, here are six confessions I must make to you.