You embarrass me Shari but a heartfelt thank you.
This story is progressing so beautifully.
...To her Ashutosh was and would always be the one for her...She had one lifeline, the one thing that still linked her to him, her career...
And I wonder, between the two, whose sacrifice was greater when they stepped back! A hurt himself and N for her better life not appreciating that N's happiness lay with him. N hurt A and herself to honour his wish knowing fully well that A had sacrificed happiness of both of them by not giving their relationship a chance. I admire N here. She was not given any option by A. She met the challenge thrown at her. She rose to the occasion. She honored his wish and yet remained steadfast in her feelings towards him. She, for me, is living on a higher plane of existence,quintessentially rising in love.
I feel sad for A. Sometimes age and experience is actually a disadvantage. It discourages you from laying a claim to your happiness and that of your loved ones. It shows you only pitfalls. At times it is better to be youthful and naive than to be older and wiser. Hang on...Vaguely remember a quote to this effect. Let me google it...Here it is - The young do not know enough to be prudent, and therefore they attempt the impossible -- and achieve it, generation after generation. (Pearl Buck)
Agge kya hua Shari...
Edited by Mimoha - 23 February 2012 at 6:20am