6 thoughts on “I Love You, But We Cannot Be

  1. The Indian girl seems to sacrifice everything for her parents and for all males in the family and may do so willingly, but does she do so happily.? It seems not. It seems there is a regret that she can’t enjoy her own culture but not also join in he traditions of her adopted country. Is this the Indian girl who goes on to give her own children those releases or will the girls be as hide bound in the old traditions as the mother was?
    It saddens me that a culture can undervalue a woman so much that her entire life must be mapped out without thought for her happiness.
    xxx Huge Hugs xxx

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