This is a very touching letter written by Rani Mukeri Chopra.
But I think a woman starts changing right from the time she gets married. I don’t know about these actors, but at least the common women like me. Most of the times we are left all alone to do all sort of work, all by ourselves. We have to cook for our family, we have to decide the menu, it should be healthy as well as tasty, it shouldn’t be boring, we have to work hard to keep our house clean, we have to see if dishes are done, if there are cleaned cloths for tomorrow, not just for our self but at least for one more person.
From being all by my own on a tour to all by my own in raising a family, we change a lot. We become tolerant, calm, patient, forgiving, everything. Because we can’t really find the strength and time to stand up for all these things that don’t matter much.
It’s only when we hit the balance after some months or maybe years, we start discovering us again.We realize how we have changed and what new things we have learnt and experienced. Most of them are good. We surprise ourselves. We never had thought we could come that far, that we can actually put someone else before us and that we had so much strength and energy to put all the negativity behind and make things better.
And then we feel proud of overselves. We understand why people worship Goddesses and how we indeed have a part of each of them in us. 🙂
What do you think, married women out there? I want to know.