Truly Sorry my papa
I never imagined that I would develop into the person I am today. Some people believe that parents are our second god and that anything they say or do is always correct. We must pay attention to them. I concur, My mother never made a distinction between her children and my cousins; she showed everyone staying at my house with us the same amount of love, and my father always helped guests who came to the house seeking his assistance. I genuinely admire them both, and I’m proud to be their child.
But lately, papa, things are not going well. I acknowledge that you gave me a year to marry Harsh, but despite your efforts, things did not turn out as we had hoped. I attribute this to my advanced age and the influence of my kundali papa, but I was deeply hurt by what you did behind my back. You heard what His Father had to say about Us, but It wasn’t Right that You Too Tried to Break Us in the End.
Today, I had to fight for my rights as a woman, not as a daughter, and if I pretended to be calm and agree to those arranged marriages, I would be crying in my room and showing you all my fake smiles. Therefore, I decided to show my fake smile now. I know you are already upset with what I’ve done, but I’ll make sure that when you see me in the future, you will be happy with what I’ve done. I always wanted to be your best daughter, Papa. Please forgive me for not being able to, and please forgive me for being so disrespectful right now. I can’t tell you all these things openly right now, but I will share this blog with you and my siblings in the future. When I get married, I will make up for all the suffering I have caused, but my mother is also deeply upset by my behavior. I am sincerely asking God for your forgiveness. Papa Mumma, please pardon me :(