There were three friends Tarun, Raman and Atul. All of them studied in the same school and in the same class. They lived together in a society and held a strong friendship bond with one another. They led an extravagant life with all their desires and needs fulfilled by their parents. Whenever they bought something new for themselves, they would show it gaudily to their friends and the others would go and complaint to their parents. In love for their children, the parents would usher their affection by fulfilling the demands of their children.
This way they the society brought them up and made them demanding and egoistic. They did whatever they liked and were out of control of their parents. Tarun got a very expensive bike on his 21st birthday, and now speed and thrill was synonymous to him. Hardly a month had passed when he met with a brutal accident. He lived though but on bed, he breathed though but with utmost pain, his parents loved him though but with guilt.
Raman turned out to be a huge gambling maggot. He won, he lost, he played the game till the game exhaust. He was getting so addicted to it that now he betted his valuables, stole money and jewelry of his own mother and other possible ways to get a chance in a gamble. But luck had even turned down because he had lost control on himself.
Atul was doing good in his career, he had won the best employee award lately. He worked hard throughout the day and the night. He indulged himself in so much work that he didn’t even see his child’s face for days. He brought workloads at home as a result of which bitterness crept in his relationship. His tongue turned sour, that sweetness in his language was vanishing. His relationship was on the verge of splits Ville.
MORAL: A BALANCED LIFE IS THE RESULT OF HOW YOU NURTURE SELF CONTROL