A Girl In Fantasy
A Girl In Fantasy3 mins 517 3 mins 517
Long years ago, a girl named Suzane who was 15 years old, living in a small town near Gandhinagar in Gujarat. As she belongs to a small town, her school education was going on her town itself. She was completely different from other students and her classmates. She always dreams of something or someone. She was in fantasy all the time. She dreams of big cities, airplanes, metros, malls and more. She remains in dreams and fantasy may be because of her past, which was full of difficulties and unexpectedly tough.
When she was just eight years old, her father passed away. It gives a big shock to Suzane and her family. Her father died in the war against Britishers in the infamous cellular jail of Andaman and Nicobar islands. As her father was a freedom fighter, he fought for independent India. As a result, he was hanged at these jail by the Britishers. This act is against justice and her father along with other prisoners of the jail should deserve justice. But there is not our matter, we come back to Suzane.
Whenever she asked her mother about her father, her mother can't tell Suzane her father's story as her mother can't bear the truth of her father in her heart. So, her mother tried to avoid Suzane talking about her father by telling Suzane about big cities, people, airplanes, about the world and it's beauty, etc. By these, Suzane forgot about her father and get into dreaming of the above things. This made Suzane always be in dreams or in a fantasy of such beautiful things. But somewhere, Suzane lost her childhood by not performing that activities that every child does in his /her childhood. The only way to overcome her problem of over dreaming is to provide her right education, motivation, and other development programs. But they were economically weak. It seems too expensive for them because, in the absence of her father, her mother used to do work for a company to earn some money to provide education to Suzane.
But one day, a miracle happened and her mother met with Mr. Ajay, who was a social worker and work to provide the right direction to these types of students. She told him about Suzane and her problem with the hope that he will understand her problem and help her to get rid out of it. Mr. Ajay does the same, he not only works for Suzane in getting out the problem of over dreaming but also helps them financially so that she gets a proper education. Now, the truth of her father was opened up in front of Suzane and she accepted it and moved on. Finally, she became normal like other students and her classmates. She topped in her class and dreams to be an IAS officer so that she helped such needy children like Suzane who are in great need to identify their right potential and needs support for the same. In this way, a girl in fantasy became a girl in reality.
Moral of the story: We should help such needy children mentally and financially to solve their problems and in identifying their right potential. We should have to be like Mr. Ajay and help for the betterment of our society as he does. We also don't keep those things secret from our children from which they are also mentally connected as Suzane mother keeps the secret of her father's death and don't tell it to Suzane. This makes the child over thinkable. These small things can make our life difficult and in danger. So, connect with your child physically, mentally, morally and financially.