English Older Persons Day | Hamro Patro

ब्लग - साहित्य / नेपाली चाडपर्व तथा महत्त्वपूर्ण दिनहरू

International Day of Older Persons

यी छोराछोरी बढ्लान कमाई गर्लान
 दुधभात देलान मलाई

As these kids grow up, they will feed me good foods, they will earn and keep me happy, starting today with this vernacular from Nepali society.

The desires and expectations of aging parents towards their children are usually like this. In our society, a father who returns home tired from work in the evening carries a small thin plastic bag in his hand but ensures it has some things for the children waiting back home. Every mother and father in the world want to see their children happy, aspiring, and still laughing. Most of us have been raised by our parents, giving them life and education to the best of their ability. No matter what parents and guardians say, we are a part of their dreams. With time, the strength of the father's arm decreases, the mother's body becomes weaker as the cycle of life, old age begins.

With age, the dependence on others, the hardships of life, and the desire for love and affection increases, the practice of sending parents to the old age home in Nepal has increased in recent years

Remember, the love and harmony that we show to the earlier generation determines the love and harmony that the next generation will give us.

As you grow older, your loneliness grows, and you are deceived by the lack of your best friends and the flow of old memories. This condition is the most sensitive in human life.

Let's provide open opportunities for senior citizens to speak, express, and share experiences in the open doors and pavilions of the society. Everyone has paid their dues here, we too will one day be senior citizens, let's build a senior citizen-friendly society from now on.

With this in mind, the world community celebrates World Senior Citizens Day on October 1 every year.

Suyog Dhakal

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