That’s a good question and one we’re asked all the time!
People say we forget what we read in childhood. This poem has a special memory because it was about the innocence of a small boy whose mother worked at a construction site. The small boy pulled the corner of her saree which had a knot because he wanted the lump of jaggery hidden in it. That was his treasure, that was the happiness for him. We want to be that hidden ‘lump of jaggery’ and spread happiness. Share your sorrows, your happiness, your stories with us and we would give you your lump of jaggery. Keep the child in you alive and say cheers to life 🙂
Student of Chartered Accountancy | Voracious writer | Great appetite to learn languages | Endearment for Singing and Health | A Step away from being rich, all I now need is Money | Founder, A Lump of Jaggery
I’m a teacher. I teach IELTS, to be precise. English and Punjabi are very dear to me and writing is my forte.
It rejuvenates me, revitalises me and above all, this is something a life giving source to me.