February 19, 2009

Spirit Re-Motivated...


It was drizzling that night...Vidisha removed the curtains off her window and she went back to her table. She was trying hard to complete the story she was writing. She could hear the fluttering sound of her window. It became impossible for her to concentrate on her work.
She lay on her bed. Many things needed her attention in life. She recalled the day when she had lost her husband. Somehow that pain had sunk in. She turned and saw both her kids sleeping peacefully. Once she remembered, she had asked her daughter Amrita...if she should marry someone else. To this Amrita replied that she was not afraid if their new father would treat them well or not but she was scared whether he would keep Vidisha happy! Vidisha decided that she would not marry anyone else ever again.

Mohit fell in love with Vidisha the very first day he saw her. But to his dismay, he knew that Vidisha was married to his cousin brother. He never expressed his feelings for her. His love for Vidisha never faded.

Two years after Vidisha lost her husband...Mohit expressed what he had always felt for Vidisha. She was taken aback. She was lost in a state of trance. After her husband's death all she knew was that she would keep her kids happy. There was no place for any other man in her life. An year later, with time, Vidisha had also started developing feelings for Mohit. She told Mohit about her feelings. No one knew about their relationship.

After six months, Mohit's mother expired and within another 3 months' time, Mohit's father was diagnosed of cancer. His father has started to force him to marry before he dies. Mohit has now stopped talking to Vidisha.

This has not weakened Vidisha but has only made her stronger in life. She knows that no one will come to help her or calm her soul...it has to be herself to take care of everyone...her family, her kids and herself.

When someone leaves us, we feel so weak...we feel helpless and clueless as to what we are going to do. This is because of the bond that we share with that person. But we should remember that when God snatches something from our hands he is not punishing us but he is taking away something to give the better one to us. So don't feel weak when your friends back stab you or they leave you...God wants you to receive something better!




Today, Vidisha is happy with her kids. She sees God in them. She has seen great dreams for them..and this has made Vidisha ambitious and her kids have given her a motivation to live.


9 comments:

Crowscious said...

Aw, why can't Mohit have just married her :( Though yeah, God always has a plan

Arjun said...

Nice emotional story Aarthi..!!

It was comfortable reading those lines at the end...!! I agree...!!

Her kids have give her a motivation to live with Vidisha.... i have a cousin who's in a similar state with no kids either.... I mean, I could totally feel those emotions..!!

Cheers..!!
Arjun

Aarthi said...

@ Crowscious...
Yup...I also thought the same way! But just think about this...if Mohit can dump Vidisha because of some or the other reason...there was no point in falling in love with her when he knew the exact state of Vidisha...he knew that this relationship would mean so much to her...almost like a fresh new ray of hope! But guess...it was meant to be that way!

@ Arjun...
Vidisha is atleast lucky to have those kids. Feeling sorry for your sister... I'm sure she'll find her way!

Anonymous said...

well well...i know who Vidisha is...she is a lovely girl...this is life for u...always giving u tough situations...one better than the other...
as if it was not tough enough to lose your husband...she has now to bear the consequences of an unavoidable illusionary relationship...
what this story actually teaches us is that there are huge problems in life...dont get bogged down by them...face them open chestedly

Pretty Me!! said...

really beautiful .. to find strength withing your small words rather than seeking it from variales in life !!

Aparna said...

this is very touching...

Aarthi said...

@ Pretty Me...

Well said!


@ Aparna,

Thank you so much...glad you liked it!

Leo said...

this was just WOW!

no other words! WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW! :)

Aarthi said...

:) :) :) :) :)