The worst kind of emotion is no feelings for a family. This makes one and all surprised at the first instance. Why does one even bother to think so? This query comes swiftly to a thinking mind. That’s how one feels while staying away from family or caring a fig for their family. It is that because one is not always bad. It might be just that there was a lack of a stirring feeling of togetherness among the family members. Everything goes so unexpectedly that one may find no time to initiate every proper strategy down to the second.
While viewing the 27-episode television Urdu drama Khasara (خسارا; Loss), I realised the show had vital information on how family remains important. A right perception can bind the household intact. Khasara is a romantic drama focusing amply on friendly characters who get involved in another relationship, which reflects an affair of fortune in the name of what we call love, affection and passion. Families collapse, kids grieve, but preferences thrive with all the dramatic emotions in the drama.
In a nutshell, this drama does not miss to advice the small-screen viewers that family remains invariably the most important unit in human society. This sociological characteristic emboldens with Kelly Tolhurst’s recent resignation as the British housing minister to spend precious time with her family members. Without a doubt, this 42-year-old Tory MP gives utmost preference to her family than serving the demanding government.
In her readiness to step down from her role as the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Ministry of Housing, communities and the local government, she has heartily demanded to secure some quality and precious time with her loving family in the coming months.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted:
“Kelly, very sad that you’re standing down from government.
You’ve been a brilliant minister at three departments but the family must come first.
My thoughts are with you and your loved ones at this difficult time.