The Dining Room Table


WP Writers Group

English: Dining room in a home in the United S...
Of all the places in a home, the dining room is always the most nostalgic to me. It’s the most intimate room for the whole family where all members can join hands for food blessing and thanksgiving. The place where parents or ‘heads’ can pressure members to linger and be coaxed to share his or her story for the day—unlike the living room where most members would like to talk about movies and music and are free to leave anytime. For busy heads who are always on tight schedules, talking about business is taboo—business talk will surely somewhat ruin appetite.

For some people, the dining room reminds them of the sadness of growing up without their own family. Or worse, growing up with their own family but with the place where dinners are always ruined with family quarrels or fights. So when the children of such families become adults and…

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Poch is a Bookrix author and a freelance writer. He is a frequent contributor to TED Conversations.
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