Behind The Curtains (4/7): Child Labour


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7 thoughts on “Behind The Curtains (4/7): Child Labour

    1. The other day I was coming back from the market. A small boy approached me to buy his balloons. My husband told him, while pointing at my son that my children are too grown up for balloons. He kept insisting. Then he offered the boy twenty rupees… saying that he can keep the balloon. To my utter surprise that boy refused. He flatly refused and returned the money to my husband, saying no balloon no money. Finally I told him to give me the two balloons for 20/- he happily did. He needed the money. Ten his sister came she had only one balloon to sell. I bought that also. But the smile on their faces I can still remember. It was an honest smile… I was touched by their honesty. I brought the balloons home called my maid and have them to her. Incidently she has three kids… it was then that it struck me. The balloons were many to reach these kids and I had to maybe return some money of those tiny kids. 20+10….karma? Fate? Destiny? I don’t know… but I knew are the end there were six people who were happy… ie those two balloon kids, my maid’s three kids and me…

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