Do you realize from the ways of the world of madness the meaning of fatherhood? . And if she is absent from his concept, does this mean that his heart does not beat for her? . “No, then no.” No matter how absent the mind is and immersed in its coma, the heart does not get lost in front of the souls of the liver. Rather, it keeps beating for the children. The instinct of fatherhood with its tenderness is present.
This is what my aunt Aisha's husband actually had, who retired from the world for years, to become a madman roaming the streets and cemeteries after he was a police officer. He gets lost in the world, but he does not get lost in his late return to his home, to knock on the door and enter his family. A madman realizes that he must give money to his two daughters when my aunt Aisha was putting a little money in his pocket. - And he is talking to the woman, and his daughter asks him what he is talking to, that he is talking to her, and he is ashamed of that and stops. Due to the harsh conditions and the commitment of my aunt Aisha to work and by requesting her to take his daughters for a walk, he would not delay to bring them back happy. A moron did not skimp on his affection for his two daughters, if he did not express himself well, his heart beats for fatherhood.
- My aunt lives a brave woman, and in her difficult circumstances she turns to him to help her raise his two daughters, but he does not hesitate to take them to bring them back to her safe and sound. She did not reduce her husband to the role of fatherhood, she realized with her wisdom that a father must remain standing on the upbringing of his two daughters, even if by a little. - Perhaps it was the pressures of the world as well that imposed this, but all these circumstances were a reason to make him recover, because the closest people to him, his wife, the innocence of his daughters, did not skimp on their warmth from him. They always realized that by being close to him, the father remains a father and he is in the world of madness until relief comes, so yes, the wife and daughters were always. A family that remained cohesive despite the tragedies.
Writer Atika Brighet