Translate 'As Time Flies'

April 30, 2016

Zest

They left their parents alone as if someone throws away an old tattered cloth  little realizing that the hands that can raise a child to reach the pinnacle can change their own lives when time comes.

The elderly couple renovated their house and renamed it. “The Grand mom and Grand dad abode.”

The young veterans’ membership to this happening place demands a single criterion and that is faith on the motto, “Life does not end with the tattered thoughts of the young.”


In the end, if one dies with a guilt all the pain one took for achieving the materialistic gains go in vain. Guilt is the biggest punishment. What do you thnk?

This post is a part of the A to Z Challenge 2016. Today's letter is  Z.

2 comments

  1. Loving life has no age limit. Congratulations on finishing the a to z!

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  2. Despite what younger folks may sometimes think, older folks still have something worthy to offer them.

    Congratulations for making it to the end of the alphabet in April.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Tossing It Out

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