Monday, September 21, 2015

Courage to kill Loneliness



She lived in a mango tree and continues to live. She was fighting with the loneliness, which is paining her a lot. 

The day, when she saw the true face of her son, the widow mother was literally broken. She was dismayed with her son's boorish behavior and abusive words. 

Once after he started earning, the money he is earning bought him the self pride and ego in him which made him to deliver these words. 

Once she decided to part from her son, she got a beautiful house in the mango tree and moved there with her things. She stared at the window which has a bird art. She envied it and started a new life. 





She is a bold lady but she was afraid of being alone. Now, she became still more courageous as Raymond Lindquist says courage is the power to let go of the familiar.



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19 comments:

  1. I like this story of resilience about how the mother found the courage to go on after becoming estranged from her son. I am glad she found her mango tree.

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    1. Thanks Deborah.. Glad you liked it.. :-)

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  2. Great job combinging three prompts! Glad she found her peace in a mango tree.

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  3. To live in a mango tree sure beats living with her ungrateful son.

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  4. I am happy that atleast now she is starting a new life, hope she is happy for life now

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  5. Weaning them is never easy , but essential , just ask Prince Joffrey

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  6. I want to live in a mango tree...

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  7. I was just imaging how enjoyable it could be to live within a mango tree....with all the world and people right there below!

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  8. A lovely tale! In order for you to link to the weekly blog post you need to add a link somewhere in your post. I will add one here, but that will not add it to to the comment section. I would like to thank you for finding my challenge! And, thank you for participating in the Mondays Finish the Story challenge. Be well... ^..^

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    1. Thanks Barb.. Also, I have added your link above in my post.

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  9. I like the way you combined the prompts. Very clever. Thank you for including the In Other Words prompt. Hope you join in again.

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    1. Thank you and for sure, will join for next prompt.. :-)

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  10. What a powerful piece! So few words packing quite the punch!

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