Interconnectedness of Life= Love=Marriage=Parenting
After finishing life class my conclusion is, Life is like you are allowed to scream, you are allowed to cry, you are allowed to be happy and make everyone happy but do not give up in any damn condition. Life is sometimes you learn and sometimes you win.
Life without love, you can’t even imagine. I have learned from love class that we should not change for people to like us, be yourself and the real people will love the real love you. The love classes helped me to identify that immediate solution of a problem with my partner. After joining love class I got to know the real relationship between us. Sometimes doing things for others may be categorized as love but it is just a feeling of acknowledgement that we seek.
The definition of love given by M. Scott Peck, “The will to extend one’s self for the purpose of nurturing one’s own or another’s spiritual growth”, sounds practical as it focuses on the selfish nature of the love as nurturing spiritual growth of one own’s as well as selfless nature wherein we are working for spiritual growth of others. Love is not about how many days, weeks or month you have been together, its all about how much you love each other everyday. If you understand your partner the you have feeling of independence. It is a combination of compromise, adjustment, responsibility, respect, honesty, love.
There is no such thing as a perfect parent, so just be a real one. I can say that raising children is one of the toughest and most fulfilling jobs in the world. I have learned so many things about parenting like myths, facts, responsibility.
I just loved this love class and of course my both facilitator… Brinda ma’am and Krishna Shethji ma’am thank you so much to taught us.
Priti Patel (Arts)