Tuesday, April 4, 2017
The sum of all fears is a quote made by the belligerent late British Prime Minister Mr.Winston Churchill.To put is simply it means when all your realized and unrealized fears become true and you find it difficult to face them.
The same applies to all these thirty (30) plus single Indian women. There are many incidents or events that happen forcing these women to face the sum of all their fears. So what exactly happens? Well, it is an avalanche of all problems that come together when these women hit their early 30's.Things don't go the way they have imagined.Marriage prospects start drying up, peer pressure to get married increases,parents age and start having health problems, life is not easy.These women have never realized the major problems that are going to hit them at a certain point of time.
And one day something finally hits them and hits them hard.Marriage prospects decline,rejections get multiplied,parents suffer from ill health, siblings get married and start having a family, friends also get married, hormonal changes happen, the need for companionship and craving for motherhood goes up.Things don't happen the way they wanted and life takes a different turn.This is what I call as the sum of all fears.
No matter how strong Indian women claim to be, they are weak.They need support and companionship and if they don't get it, they will break down. Life then takes a downward spiral.
And if you happen to be that single Indian women reading this post ,I kindly request you to think again.No matter how much you cherish your single hood a day will come when you will face the sum of all fears.
This is Bhaveen Sheth signing off for the day and promise to be back with a lo more.
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Bhaveen Sheth , Single and will continue to remain so unless and until the Disaster of Love and Tsunami of Marriage Does not come in My Life.
HR Professional, creative writer, life long learner, part of the Indian men going their own way (MGTOW) movement. A voracious reader for whom reading is an addiction, a medicine and therapy. Experimental cook and a backpacker.
I am traveler and an adventurer in the journey of life seeking peace, solace and redemption