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Don’t Mimic Fatherless America!

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Have you ever thought why media is paid so heavily to spread perversion in society? Be it TV serial or news, there is unlimited sell of affairs, perversion and sex.

here is this program on Life Ok which telecast sleazy scenes and stories for 24×7. Especially when the home-makers are idle at in middle class homes i.e. afternoon and late evening.

There are cases reported where teens took inspiration from this show and performed brutal murders of family members.

Do you know why all of this?

Breaking India.

How?

Break family institution.

कुलक्षये प्रणश्यन्ति कुलधर्मा: सनातना:।
धर्मे नष्टे कुलं कृत्स्नमधर्मोऽभिभवत्युत ।।१.४०।।

कुल के नाश से सनातन कुलधर्म नष्ट हो जाते हैं, धर्म के नाश हो जाने पर सम्पूर्ण कुल में पाप भी बहुत फैल जाता है |

Development of civilization pays high tribute to virtue of family system कुल-धर्मं. Lack of कुल-धर्मं/Family system promotes अधर्म. Resulting danger to society and civilization is troublesome. Hope, people understand this by keeping their modernism and wantonly living.

Due to proliferation of delusional properties about self-centered living imported from west, Indian family system is passing through worst time ever. Increase in break-ups, divorces, old-age homes, orphanages, need based marriages, misuse of laws show surely that it is not a good situation. When families are destroyed, Nation suffers.

Take care. Save family from collapse.

Below is must read Essay. Remember one thing – once the family-fabric is broken, it is very easy to control the society.

And for some of us who see American Society as ideal, rethink.

We must not walk on their path blindly.


Article Showcase


https://web.archive.org/web/20150930102439/http://cbmw.org/uncategorized/fatherless-america-by-david-blankenhorn/

Fatherless America by David Blankenhorn

Fatherhood in America is in trouble. David Blankenhorn, in his book, Fatherless America, has dissected the crisis, pointing to several critical problems. More and more children are now being brought up in homes where the father is absent. Many doubt the traditional roles of fathers. Some are even asking if fathers are really necessary.

Blankenhorn has developed a typology to describe our situation. The deadbeat dad doesn’t pay his child support. He is a bad guy, a criminal who belongs in jail. The key issue here is not father absence, but money absence. His fatherhood is measured in dollars.

The visiting father is a shadow dad. He has left the home but he still stops by. He is a visitor: part father and part stranger. He pays his child support. He causes no trouble. He loves his kids. He wants to be a good father, but he’s not around. He has been, in a sense, de-fathered. The fatherhood of the sperm father is completely biological. He is a one-act dad, who leaves no footprints and casts no shadow. He never shows up. He is the perfect father for those who think “that men in families are either unnecessary or part of the problem.”1

Loneliness is unfortunate, togetherness is a medicine

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Even being Adult taking care of own physical and mental needs, we still share a fundamental biological and emotional need for each other.

Studies from around the world suggest that single people are at greater risk for a wide variety of diseases; married couples and their children even suffer less from tooth decay and have better gums than do members of divorced and bereaved families.

A major survey of 127,545 American adults found that married men are healthier than men who were never married or whose marriages ended in divorce or widowhood. Men who have marital partners also live longer than men without spouses; men who marry after age 25 get more protection than those who tie the knot at a younger age (As per Bharatiya culture, one should get married after age 25. Please note. It is called Grihasth life), and the longer a man stays married, the greater his survival advantage over his unmarried peers.

In short, social living ( Call it marriage) is mandatory and critical to maintain healthy life.

What does social living means? I earn money, you earn money, we spend it during weekend on our personal entertainment (Eating outside, friday movie, Sunday cricket/football match, kid’s playground)?

Think about it. Is our way of life where we are rapidly reducing time spent for each other, real cause of all illnesses?

Experiment: We should invest more time in each-other than trivial things like movies, TV and games where we are mere spectators. A bunch of clappers, criticizer or glory-makers for virtual heroes.

One way communication. Lack of involvement. Slow but steadily declining health of each family member. Think about it.

Spend more time with your decaying parents and see the magic. They will live longer than expected. My personal experience. Try it.

Spend more time with growing kids. Get involved in their play. Invest new means of happiness for them. They will grow healthier with minimum hiccups. Try it.

Spend more time @ playground, playing sports with friends. Play for self. Play with your billion+ body cells and 10 times more bacteria living in body. They will feel good. They will bless you healthy life.

Play. Life is a play. Divine play as Krishna suggests.

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