In a society, where people accomplish their partial desires through children - let it be academical, social, financial or in general. It all starts with “chitta and mota” has to be the standard of cuteness, then this chitta and mota bacha have to act as a robot to earn the badge of “acha bacha/bachi”. In this race of being “acha bacha/bachi” a child has to sacrifice the natural emotion and urge to explore universe and its beings from his/her own perspective. On the top, if you’re a girl then there is a separate dictionary of do’s and don’s, from sitting to walking style, talk to laugh - oh no, actually girls are supposed to smile not laugh!
In this world full of unasked advises and suggestion, there comes a wild child - who possess very limited knowledge of difference in being a boy and girl. On the very second day, it was injected “you cant go to shop by yourself” later on, was on the way to shop with another child half of her age - much confused like really! She’s up for anything, name it - Climbing trees in neighbourhood, rocking sheila(the cat) in a bucket, hugging/feeding baby goats and holding 5days old puppies and making them to run for their life - being impatient, crying over the death of puppies and burying them next to each other - how heartless is to throw dead puppy out of farm like a garbage.
Taking a child to mountain and expecting “only climb when i instruct” - sorry you’re too late to be wrong and she was there climbing like a wild goat. There is no such thing in her dictionary - you can annoy her as a laad(a term used to show your naughty side of love) with expectation to get giggle or no response just because you’re older. You better get ready for a revenge!
She is wild!
because she doesn’t fit in your society made frame of “achi bachi” - who stays quiet, act like a puppet, doesn’t dream big, doesn’t talk back.
To all the parents and parents to be!
Budge up! Make a room for wild child.
@Sameen_Ali you got to guess the wild child?