I'm going to unres this by Friday. I have my exams going on! Sorry Shradds...
But here's wishing you a super Diwali filled with lots of love & light!
You've used language beautifully and each and every word seemed to
flow without any effort. The story/plot is so realistic and your characters are
complex people with their own flaws and issues in life... It's all so REAL!
There's something about this story that I can relate to and
the way you've expressed Arnav's state of mind just clutches my heart.
It is impossible to walk through this life without hurting
someone or being hurt by someone. Sometimes we need to forgive ourselves; sometimes
we need to forgive others. Easier said that done - true, but there's no point
harboring feelings of anger and resentment against either yourself or someone
else. Only through love can we stop becoming prisoners of our past! I hope that
Khushi's love can help Arnav forgive himself and forget the past that haunts him so much...
Your writing conveys that you have a deep understanding of intricate
we love, at some point in time, have wounded us. We all know the pain of
disappointment and betrayal. All this leads to so much of pain that we can't
even fully understand our own feelings of anger and hatred that are developing
within us, before it's too late. Because of all the pain that a relationship
can give us, we don't even realize when we go through this process by which our
most dear and treasured bonds with those we love are sometimes destroyed. But
I'm glad that Khushi decided to forgive Arnav and let go of the past before any of this happened
I LOVE the way you've unfolded this
story so far and the way you have beautifully portrayed the issues that affect
people and their relationships.
It's 3am here and I'm really sleepy so
I'm sorry if I'm not making any sense!
Keep writing wonderful stuff, like you
Update soon! :)
Edited by ananya123 - 16 November 2012 at 8:48am