There is an old Hindi song which goes like this:
‘Chingari koi bhadke to savan use bhujaye, savan jo agan lagaye to use kaun bhujaye’ which means
When a spark flares, rain extinguishes it, but when a fire is started by the rains, who can extinguish it.
In a similar vein, when an individual dedicates their entire day to earning a living, they anticipate returning home to a tranquil, comfortable, inviting, and rejuvenating environment. This is precisely why people seek to have a family. It’s a universally acknowledged truth that home and family are where one desires to conclude their day. The hope is that home would be a sanctuary of both physical and mental relaxation. However, given the current circumstances, the escalating disruptions within families thwart the achievement of this intended purpose. Consequently, individuals progressively distance themselves from their families. Is this the culmination they seek at day’s end? Regrettably, instances are mounting where individuals have families but fail to experience the anticipated warmth and coziness. Despite their day-long toil and apparent success in various aspects, they struggle to establish emotional bonds with their families. The notion that perhaps they lack a compatible partner comes to mind. They contemplate seeking solace elsewhere and forming attachments with others, perpetuating a cycle. How does one surmount this? While a person might bravely face the world and find solace upon returning home, how does one navigate conflicts within the household itself? Where should one turn, what steps should one take? It’s an innate human desire to forge emotional connections and bask in emotional warmth. The question remains: How does one attain this?
This institution is the culmination of these contemplations, aiming to empower individuals to cultivate comfort within their homes and foster partnerships with steadfast companions who stand unwaveringly through all circumstances.
Remember, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, as each family’s dynamics are unique. Seeking professional guidance and maintaining a willingness to learn and grow within the family unit are key steps toward fostering emotional connection and warmth.