It was the month of December, I was standing in my balcony sipping coffee.The winter fog hung quietly in the calm darkness. I closed my eyes and a lot of people gushed in through the flood of my Memories. The people with whom I had forged a bond at some point of time in my life. Now the only thing left with me are the broken pieces of our relations..
Surprisingly people come into our lives and go away suddenly without giving any explanation. Our world has become really practical where there is no room for emotional attachments. In today’s world, people fake relations for selfish gains. However some fools fall into the trap of emotional attachment and that’s when the chaos begins. Every Relationship starts with two individuals getting to know each other and accepting them as they are. Every relationship has its life and it gradually dies its death as the end approaches. People may not understand this but every relation which dies an early death has some serious effects on either of the two individuals.
Our modern day relationships are just like that, they start over a few messages exchanged through any social networking site. They blossom through late night chats and then suddenly one day the connection gets lost.
The reason can be traced into the medium on which they tried to sustain it. Every broken relationship leaves behind some questions which are unanswered, some emotions which are painful and a lot of memories. Memories, the reminiscent of the bond. The most common advice which people give after every broken relationship is, “move on and forget”, though that may not be exactly true. One cannot get over memories and those beautiful moments. We strive to bury them somewhere in the backside of our mind but they show their presence sometime or the other. The best thing probably would be to smile at the memories. We cannot control situations but we can control or try to control the way in which we react to them. There is a very thin line in between pessimism and optimism and most people fail to identify it.
This world might be selfish and a few people might be opportunistic and maybe that’s why some relationships break.a We can sit and cry, stop meeting new people and trust them or we can do the exact opposite. What we choose to do defines if we have actually moved on from that broken relationship or not. If there are devils, there are angels as well and not every relation is destined to end on a happy note. The important part is, that person or that relationship brought a smile on your face and that’s what matters. We can either hate that person or forgive that person, but healing starts only when we forgive that person. When you forgive that person you become that bigger person and that’s important for your own mental peace and calmness.
Every person gives us something in the form of moments and memories and then goes away from our life. Parting ways is never easy but that is inevitable and we can do nothing about it. Every such relationship gives us that opportunity in which either we can get depressed or collect its moments and forgive that person because of those happy memories. The final choice will always be ours and the option we choose will define us and our greatness. The only thing which matters is, what we do with those broken relationships…
I smiled after looking at the gallery of my phone and while sliding down those old conversations. It was still cold outside but it seemed pleasant now. That night I relived all those beautiful moments and memories which was given to me by some broken relations…J