People were laughing and mocking at her from the fields.
Within a year of office, you are sick again.
You are nothing without your friends.
You are such a defective person, said someone laughing.
Please, please take care of your health, she could see her married friend saying that to her from the fields. If you keep falling sick this often, no one would marry you.
Had it not been your health, I would have only chosen you, but he has informed me about your thyroid, Poly cystic ovaries and the eye. You tell me if I am wrong longing for a healthy wife who could not just love but take care of my child and give him healthy children? The mother of her lover, the lady whom she took as another mother away from home, asked her that.
Please feel…show more content… Hence, she uttered what she has memorized from the internet.
The name Aahana comes from the Indian word which means, Morning Glory or “First rays of the sun.”,"somebody so sweet and charming like rose ", “Someone who cannot be destroyed.” Aahana also has a Sanskrit meaning-"Strong willed like steel" and "The Immortal one”; someone who will live in all hearts forever. It also means light within oneself. Aahana is the "inner light" and "inner happiness".
As soon as she finished reciting that, the whole class including her burst out into laughter. Teacher, the only significance that names have in our lives is that they must not sound funny to our classmates. Before rheumatism ate it away, her childhood was simple. I wish I could turn back the clock and bring the wheels of time to a stop. I wish I could be a kid, a healthy kid again. I wish I could go back to the time where I was the most sought after girl at school and in college. I wish time could be turned back.
A tear rolled down her cheeks. Wiping it off, she turned her head away from the window to find a fellow co-passenger staring at her, probably at her breasts.