Posted: 18 March 2011 at 6:26pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Wafah
Having to work on a tight and stubborn knot is really frustrating, and I speak from experience. I once spend a whole afternoon prying at the threads and twists and turns just to get it untied, and undo the knot. The harder you pull the more stubborn it gets. It requires a lot of patience, and gentle prying for you to get anywhere. The more you get frustrated the more stubborn the knot gets.
Some of you maybe confused wondering if I got a knot in my head somewhere, and some of you may have already guessed what I'm getting at, and how my rambling is related to Bhagonwali and specifically Runjhun and Guddu. I think they have a big knot of hatred for each other in their heart. One that got tangled due to a fate of misunderstandings and continued abuse. The mamas and mamis so to speak have kept on adding knots and instead of prying them apart slowly, Runjhun and Guddu have pulled at their ends in their anger/frustration and other reasons. This has only caused the knot to build and become more stubborn till it has become this surmountable hatred for each other.
Guddu mentions that no one can untie this knot of hatred he has for Runjhun, and it is true. The only person who can untie it is Guddu. Same goes for Runjhun. They have to pry it slowly work at it together to undo their knots from each side. They have to give some leeway on each of their sides to loosen the knots. This will be slow and gradual and require a lot of patience from us viewers as well. I think slowly as they come to understand each other, the threads will slowly get unraveled and its place will be a truly a strong bond. After all a relation that goes through hard trials and comes out to the end, comes out strong, even stronger than before.
I am just speech-less!!!!!
Actually I wanted end my comments with just those emoticons, but I knew you would want to hear from me. Seriously I don't want to write anything, bcos I don't want to spoil the way you have poured all of our thoughts into words. Nothing can be said above or beyond this.