THE STRUGGLES OF YOUR PARENTS BEHIND YOUR SUCCESS

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As we all know the struggles of your Parents behind your success, how hardwork they do to fulfill your needs, So that you can remain happy. They work hard to educate you, to fulfill your needs and many more. After child get success, the only one who get happy from the bottom of their heart is your Parents. After child success the Parents says that we have passed in our struggles. If the child don’t get success, the Parents says that we have only made some mistakes so that our child got failed. The Parents will blame to themselves. Parents struggles are more if they belongs to the middle class family or less than that. All the Parents have dreams so that the child will not face the struggles as they are facing, so they work hard for child.

They provide each and every facility which they can afford or not for their children. Parents will not buy anything like clothes etc. for them But for their children they will each and everything. They educate their children in higher institutions so that their children not face any problem. No one can know the struggles of the Parents only Parents can know.

WHAT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF EACH AND EVERY CHILD ?

The responsibility of the child is to make the struggles of his or her parents worthy. The child should focus only in studies and fulfill the dreams of your Parents and say Thank You to your Parents for everything.

So don’t forget the struggles of your Parents behind your success, without them you are nothing.

THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH GUYS FOR GIVING YOUR PRECIOUS TIME HERE πŸ™

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Published by SUDARSHAN PALIWAL

The pages of yesterday cannot be revised, but pages of tomorrow are blank and you hold the pen. Make it an inspiring story.

59 thoughts on “THE STRUGGLES OF YOUR PARENTS BEHIND YOUR SUCCESS

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  4. I do agree with all of the ideas you have presented in your post. They’re really convincing and will certainly work. Still, the posts are too short for newbies. Could you please extend them a bit from next time? Thanks for the post.

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  5. I still remember that day when I got my 10 th standard results and it was beyond my father’s expectations (in a good wayπŸ˜†) the smile he had on his face and the sheer joy on his face gave me so much satisfaction and happiness… I wish that you also make your parents proud and I keep doing that tooπŸ’«πŸ˜„βœ¨

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  6. I love my parents Sudarshan and I’m always with them. If I want achieve something that is for my parents. My best wishes to you and your family bhai. Live together, support each other.πŸ€—β€

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