Friday, 1 May 2015

Some words unsaid

Somebody told me "write what you feel because more than the words, it’s the feeling that connects." We often collide with the lives of people in the middle of their stories and wish to say a lot, assure them that come what may, life is beautiful and hold in its hands magical moments yet to come. I wish I could reach the darkest corner of people’s heart and may be once in a while leave a spark of light there.

 

I want to tell a teenager girl that there are always second chances in love and third and fourth. It’s not confined to your definition of love. It’s boundless and limitless and returns to you in every form and shape

 

I want to tell a woman facing mid-life crisis to relax a bit. I know it’s easier said than done. No matter what, you're going to mess up sometimes, but your life will not remain directionless forever. Soon you will find your way and these chaos are always meant to end. And, it's rightly said in Winnie the Pooh "You are BRAVER than you believe STRONGER than you seem & SMARTER than you think"

 

I want to tell a working woman to stop questioning if you are a good wife or a mother. You ARE and always will be. At the end of the day what matters the most is not the number of hours you spend with your family, but the unconditional love you shower on them by being the friend, philosopher, guide, critic, and the backbone of the family. You are truly a hero and master of all trades!

 

I want to tell the mother of a newly wedded daughter to stop worrying about how she will adjust to the new world. She is your daughter and she will make you proud. Stop shedding those tears. Though she is far from you and mixed emotions are welling up inside her too, she will come back to you, time and again to share her happiness and petty problems. She will always remain your little daughter.

 

I want to tell to a mother who has just gone through the pain of giving birth to a daughter. I know while you keep on looking to her angelic face and her twinkling eyes as bright as her future, the reason behind your tears is your guilt for all the instances you answered back to your mother or didn't tell her enough that how much you love her. Go and apologize to her and tell her you love her very much. It’s never too late to tell someone "I love you"

 

I want to tell a grandmother that it’s the power of love that you share that binds the family together. No matter whatever changes time brings along you will always be the soul and the heart of the family because you created and nurtured it with your love and care.

 

I pray you find your silver lining soon if the dark clouds hover above you, May you find some magical pixie dust in the moment of despair and May you never forget that you don’t have to be perfect to be beautiful.

 


I am fated to journey hand in hand with my strange heroes and to survey the surging immensity of life, to survey it through the laughter that all can see and through the tears unseen and unknown by anyone.

Nikolai Gogol