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My life lesson: 'Never disown your parents'

Last updated on: April 22, 2019 13:59 IST

We'd asked you, dear readers to tell us what is the one life lesson you would want to share.

K Ramakrishnan, 56, from Mylapore, Chennai shares his lesson

Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com

Always be positive. Pray in the morning and before bed. Remember your children are watching you.

In Tamil, there is a proverb, 'Good and bad (things) never come from outside (others)'.

When you get happy news, think of it as something sweet (a dish) that God has given you.

When you don't get any good news, assume that God has given you a sour dish.

Life is simple. Never disown your parents.

If you do, your children, certainly, will disown you too.


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K Ramakrishnan
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