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The little girl had once innocently put together this question, simply worded but so profound,
"Ishimaa, love toh dikhta hai na? Lekin aapka aur papa ka dikhta nahi."
The mother lovingly answered her child,
"Aapse kissne kahaan dikhayi nahi deta? Dikhai deta hi, pata hai kahaan?"
The child curious and mesmerized asks sweetly,
"Humari chhoti si Ruhi mein. Humme saara love humari Ruhi mein dikhta hai its more than enough for us."
"Toh aapke liye yeh love enough hai? Aapka mann toh nahi karega na mujhe chhod ke jaane ko?"
The mother promises her child, hugging her and holding her close to her heart, as she places her on her lap - I won't ever leave you nor will your papa - we love you a lot.
Ironically, that is what exactly happens.
The child who feared the one thing above all faced that very fate -of abandonment in a moment, in a disastrous moment, unwittingly, she who brought these soul mates together became the reason the love that exists between both her parents seemed to perish as she disappeared. The love that the mother said they see in her, because of her, represented by her - with her disappearance too seems to have lost its way.
No wonder when the mother tries to kill herself physically, she says those words she did. Because emotionally, she is already dying - first owing to the loss of the child who breathed life into her existence and worse because of the blows of the hateful, spiteful words of the man who made that life worth living, who made her love that very life are that without Ruhi there is nothing. With Ruhi gone, there is no us, if there is no us, there's no relationship, there's nothing, I have nothing worthwhile in my world, I have nothing to live for.
She' accused of forgetting the other two children, her parents and others around her as she makes a run from everything but in that state of mind I feel she takes things at face value. When Raman starts accusing her, she takes the silence of those around, including that of her parents, as agreement to whatever her husband is accusing her off. In the venom of his words she finds the loss of all her strength and fate, in their love, their marriage, in her own self - and loses her will to live, much less anything else.
When he makes the accusations of her deserving a barren life, he makes her feel worthless of mothering even their other children. In his anger by saying she doesn't deserve motherhood - he relinquishes her claim to those children - one of whom she would be accused of being a stepmother of and the other, who though her own flesh and blood won't be called the fruit of her womb, whose existence didn't happen because she suffered through any labor. Whom could she stay back for then, or return too?
What did she have to live for if not for her family - all of whom in that moment made her feel as abandoned as Ruhi was on that cliff.
Unaware of the heartache and pain left in her wake, Ruhi is hurting for that act of betrayal and would need time and the reinstatement of beliefs and love to link these two together again. Because only when Ishita can move on from that guilt, that still has the strongest hold on her heart, can she heal.
Only when Ishita finds the will to live again, by rescuing her child, helping her heal and set the wrongs right - would she be able to even fight for the respect she deserves. Only when these two return would that man who unflinchingly crushed the woman who he loves madly, who loves him with the same amount of madness - in a moment of despair and pain, blinded by his own hurt and anger, mad at his own helplessness of failing to rescue his child, would these three heal - of the wounds that they suffer, inflicted by others and they themselves on their hearts.
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