Monday, June 22, 2009

Socha hai!!

I was reading a book to Siddharth on fishes. The moment I read that fishes doesn’t have legs, Siddharth gave me an annoyed look and said Mamma Fishes don’t have legs, we can see it clearly. We must write a letter to the publisher of book… I was left with no answers to these thoughts of him ........and asking my self socha hai....... We were going to the basement parking, and we spotted a German shepherd dog, named Simba. Then all of a sudden Siddharth asks me Mamma do you know why this dog has been named Simba. I was clueless. Looking at me he said Mamma This dog looks like a lion in the story of Lion King. The lion was named Simba in the story so this dog is also named Simba. People scared from him the way we do from Lion, so this is Simba….
He said these with a great innocence. Many times kids amaze us with their thoughts and words. They are very pure and innocence, which I believe is the purest thing on the earth.
Aasman hai neela kyoon.. paaani gila gila kyoon…….Socha hai………is the song playing in my heart now…………………..

14 comments:

Neha said...

sometimes these children amaze us and leave us speechless na...U can never answer their questions thts true, but u cant give a better answer than them as well...the simba logic even i could ve nvr come up with...

Aparna said...

Kids say the funniest things with such applomb. Your post was an inspiration. May be I will jot down the word of wisdom of my 7 year old. Cheers.

ZiLliOnBiG said...

I agree cent percent. Kids are the most amazing things and lighten you up...Missing my little angel, waiting for September to join them...

Siddharth is very bright. I am sure he is making you visit schools again, hehe. :))))

Vivek Patwardhan said...

Kids are getting smarter every year! The story goes that a person asked 'what's the time?' to one such smart kid. 'Why do you want to know? It keeps changing!' was the response!!

I enjoyed reading your blog. Will be coming again.

Thanks for visiting mine. The four Ever Mine series is part of a meme started by Ugich Konitari who tagged me. Trust you have read the Part 1 too.

My best wishes,

Vivek

sangeeta said...

hi sawatantra..
thanks for visiting my blog....
i liked the way you writ...already read a few of your posts n will surely come back for more.
yes , children are so pure at heart n their creative mind is at it's best in childhood only...later on it starts thinking within the boundaries of norms n curriculum etc..

Nazish Rahman said...

hahaha... nowadays kids are very smart n intelligent...just look how Siddharth said We must write a letter to the publisher of book… " i mean u have understand that he wanted to take action whatever seemed wrong according to him..lol!!!!

Kids sometimes come up with difficult questions that really has no answer.

Great going kid...dont stop questioning bec this is what will motivate him to seek more knowledge and not have the chalta attitude!!!

tc

Anand said...

Does you child read your blog?

If yes, ask him to write a few words here. Let us see what he comes up with?

shilpa said...

Your children seems to be very intellegent and sweet.I agree with you sometimes when children ask such questions we are speechless and wonder thank god for such innocence that still exist here.

Swatantra said...

Neha: well said.. Thanks!!

Aparna: Thanks! Looking forward to your post!

zillion Big: Very true!! Siddharth is taking me back to the school of memories, learning.

Vivek Sir: Thanks for the visit. Your comment made me laugh!! Please do visit again.

Sangeeta: Very True!! Life changes as we grow.

Nazish: Many Thanks!! Visit again!!

Anand: Thanks!! Siddharth cannot read the words!! But he is glad that his mom is writing about him.

Shilpa: Thanks for the visit!! Visit again. Very true innocence exists in kids only.

Thanks everyone for the comments!!

Sakshi said...

Hey thanks for dropping by my blog. Yeah kids teach us so many things and am worried that my 5 year old seems to know much more about the world than me...lol. He has a different take on everything and anything...and yeah like ur son he always manages to make us buy him a car no matter even if we had gone to get grocery..

Rush said...

yea..so true, the little innocent minds never fail to amaze!!

Sapna Anu B.George said...

You are right and well written

Apanatva said...

what a logical thinking.I am really impressed.God bless him.

Apanatva said...

you are as expressive as your son.Keep it up.