If we could..

“Nahin! ... Don’t go there... don’t pick that up…. you’re dirtying your hands... get out of there.... listen to me!” As the barely four years old spunky kid played with reckless abandon in the park, I watched the parents instructing her relentlessly. The audio track just wouldn’t pause.

We adults have this compulsive need to quasi-play for kids. And as our children grow, our need to direct their play grows into our need to control their lives.

naghma mulla

Owner of the loudest laugh in the room and a development sector professional by day, Naghma is a by-mistake CA, who writes what she feels and feels what she writes.