The tale of an dyslectic child…how he lost his childhood in
humiliation and self-abhorrence…how his life journey went along.
He was just an innocent child when the world humiliated him for his flaws. Unknown of his problem he used question his existence in each episode of time. He was not alone, he was with his family, relative and crowed of people but that mass of humankind made him more deserted and lonely as they never looked for his real problem. They just saw what they see and concluded him as and spoiled child without bothering to find the cause behind the problem.
At the age when he needed his mother the most, he got abandon and got boarded into a boarding school, where he was harassed for years of his stay.He was accused for may attempted crimes, he was punished for intolerable threshold. He got broken, depressed and alone but he never showed anything to anyone because he didn't wanted any sympathy. All he wanted was a day, just a single day to smile and be happy.
He survived worse that he could comprehend, he was a survivor and this is his survival story. This is an inspirational story as with time he evolves himself. Overcoming dyslexia he create his own destiny in pursue of happiness. This is a family life where parents are worried for their children but are unable to help them. This is the story of depression, powerlessness and anxiety.
This is a classics story of Sohan the dyslectic child who lived his childhood in pain and humiliation just because he committed a minute mistake. And the mistake was he misspell his own name right. And for that small crime paid half-of his life in self-humiliation as he was harassed by others time and again.
This is not a story targeted to any race, religion, groups or category. This is the contemporary friction that reflects for all human kind as the one should read at the life time as an story of life. This tale tries to reflect that each aspects of human life and the process of development of a child into a man.
Hope you will like it, and please give your reviews Hope should never die…
- File Size: 2413 KB
- Print Length: 87 pages
- Publisher: Shishir Paudel; 1 edition (June 18, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01HAHA9K6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- X-Ray: Not Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled