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Today's episode was one of a "trust breakthrough" in the Scindia family. It was at one level about the success of the earnest effort of Aarti's to try and help Palak overcome her stage fright. And at another level it was all about Aarti winning the child's trust in herself as well.
As I watched this episode, and watched all the characters who had previously been inimical to Aarti now completely embracing her, I seemed to see the quality of "trust" pouring forth in every dialogue, and in every scene. In fact, I remember how many times previously Aarti has pleaded with Yash (and the family ) "Mujhe pe bharosa keejiye" but the trust was never fully there. The great evolution in the story now is that "bharosa" has become the strong underlying ingredient in the Scindia family dynamics.
Yesterday Yash told Vidhi and Pratik not to give his relationship with Aarti the name of "love". He instead suggested that it should be called "respect". I think the word "trust" seems in fact to better sum up the equation between Aarti and Yash at this moment. I would even go so far as to say Aarti has definitely not yet won the love of Yash or even his family, but then isn't "trust" worth much more than "love" at this stage?
I have long ago read a beautiful quotation about love and trust: "To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved." And here's another great quotation on trust that seems to exemplify Aarti and Yash: "In any relationship, the essence of trust is not in its bind, but in its bond."
When I think of those quotations, I now feel as if Aarti has won something greater than love. Trust in Aarti is now seen in everybody and everywhere. Nothing she suggests is taken as wrong, none of her ideas are discarded without due respect, none of her efforts go without recognition. And Yash cannot seem to stop admiring her.
I actually feel that if Aarti was looking for the family to love her, or indeed even for Yash to love her, she would have achieved less than she has. But in gaining the trust of everyone, Aarti has given herself a gift beyond value. Love comes where trust exists. Without trust, though, love is nothing.
By contrast look at the trust deficit building up in the Pratik-Paridi marriage. Today Paridi had to tell Pratik in the car: "Mujhpe bharosa raakho, that man who wrote the note means nothing to me". And yet the very thing in very short supply was trust!
I want to analyse today's episode from the point of view of Aarti's Trust Dividend.
Gayatri and SP now trust Aarti without reserve
The way both Gayatri and SP rose to defend Aarti's stance on Palak and seemed exceptionally eager for her to speak to Palak and help the child, suggests how far this family has come since the days of deep mistrust in Aarti. Gayatri actually tried re-programming the Bua on Aarti's trustworthiness. The way the parents then waited with bated breath to see Aarti successfully bring Palak torender her speech also suggested that trust in Aarti is now so deep that her success with Palak was almost taken for granted.
Yash trusts Aarti's intelligence and sensitivity
After trust became the huge missing factor during Palak's birthday bash, it would have been natural for Yash to fear that Aarti and Palak may not hit it off again and there could be disaster on this school debate issue. But Yash has travelled a substantial distance now in trusting Aarti. The Neelam-Kunal affair has shown him where he can place his trust in Aarti. He can trust her intellience, he can trust her sensitivity, he can trust her loyalty and he can trust her reliability. Soon there will be a day when Yash begins to feel he can trust Aarti's judgement more than he can trust his own mind and heart. And that is the day when he may not be able to tell whether he merely trusts his wife or has also learnt to love her.
Palak has been led to trust Aarti through her empathy
What broke the ice between Aarti and Palak today was te fact that Aarti began talking to Palak about how she herself, as a child, was a terrified orator, and made many mistakes in her speeches before deciding to do something about it. Aarti was clever enough not to directly ask Palak to trust her, but she instead encouraged Palak to trust her own self more, which made a big difference. Palak was gently led to trust Aarti by by building her own self-esteem and finding her own empowerment. Here again I see that Aarti cannot be said to have won Palak's love, but she surely won her trust, and that seems to have more value at this time.
Bua most resents the trust that Aarti has steadily built
The Bua's angst now is clear – Aarti is consistently scoring with every member of the family who matters, and the general trust deficit in the Bua herself is coming up short in the face of Aarti's successes. Gayatri and SP seem to be throwing the Bua's suggestions out of the window. More than that, when Aarti challenges the Bua to stay and listen to Palak's speech and encourage the child, the Bua is forced to face up to the reality that Aarti has even won the trust of the reluctant Palak. It looked all along like Palak would be the only ally left for the Bua … but today even that stauch ally had joined the "Aarti-trusting" camp!
I like the episode a lot for its underlying profound messages of trust, and also for the way they had intercut the Aarti Trust Dividend sequences with the Paridi Trust Deficit sequences.The contrast was really good!
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