Vijayadashami 2022

Vijayadashami 2022 "Hari Sree Ganapathaye Nama: Avighnamastu Sreegurubhyo Nama: Gajananam Ganapathim Gunanaamalayam Param Tham Devam Girijaasoonum Vandeham Amararchitam Saraswathy Namahstubhyam Varade K√†amaroopinim Vidyarambham Karishyami Siddhirbhavatu Me Sadaa" Friends This is Part III in the 5 Part Series on Family's Challenges. Those who missed earlier Parts, please access my Face Book page or blog. In first two parts, we covered Family System and Education. Here we look at Relationships. M G Warrier Life's Challenges Part III Relationships A Introduction to Relationships B Relationship issues in Ancient India Excerpts : "Family The family is an important institution that plays a central role in the lives of most Indians. As a collectivistic society, Indians often emphasise loyalty and interdependence. The interests of the family usually take priority over those of the individual, and decisions affecting one’s personal life – such as marriage and career paths – are generally made in consultation with one’s family. People tend to act in the best interest of their family’s reputation, as the act of an individual may impact the perception of the entire family by their community. Although most family members are within geographical proximity or part of the same occupational groups, the growth of urbanisation and migration has seen younger generations challenging these perceptions of family. Today, many people have extensive family networks that are spread across many different regions and hold different occupations. The links an Indian person maintains with their extended family overseas are often much closer than those of most people in English-speaking Western societies. Indians living abroad also maintain close connections to their family remaining in India through regular phone calls, sending remittances or visiting if circumstances allow." C Poems about family relationships his ad will end in William Wordsworth ‘To My Sister’ My sister! ('tis a wish of mine) Now that our morning meal is done, Make haste, your morning task resign; Come forth and feel the sun. Edward will come with you—and, pray, Put on with speed your woodland dress; And bring no book: for this one day We'll give to idleness. D Speaking Treer on relationships


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