Zion Via Lenz #2.2

Zion Via Lenz

“Love your parents and treat them with love and care. For you will only know their value when you see their empty chair.”

I have taken the photograph during Wikipedia Takes Kolkata 3 Photowalk. Why I have taken the shot ? I really don’t know. Even I don’t know why old age home is so necessary for our society. Labrador Retrievers or dogs is much more luckier than our parents because Labrador plays a very important role in our life than parents. So accommodate parents at home is tough these days…….

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6 thoughts on “Zion Via Lenz #2.2

  1. ‘Honor your father and mother’ is the first of the TEN COMMANDMENTS with a promise. May God help all the children to honor their parents and Bless abundantly them who respect their parents specially in their old age.

  2. I have always wondered how come young generation (a lot of them) just drive out their parents from home that they helped build in the first place. I mean what are we going to take away from this world?

    If we can’t be loyal to our parents then we don’t deserve to be appreciated by our kids as well.

  3. what a lovely picture! May god bless our parents and grand parents who work so hard for us! Thanks for sharing Indrajit-da.

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