The thought of losing someone is terrifying indeed. In a recent piece of news, I read about a software engineer going missing when she was on a trek with her friends to Sinhagad. Till now, there have been no absolute traces of her existence. It’s been 15 days…!!! Nobody knows whether she’s alive or dead. What trauma her family must be going through! What it must be for a mother to lose her son on CST during 26/11! For a husband to lose his beloved wife in an accident! For a child to lose his/her mother in a burnings’ case! For those innumerable families who lose their kids in kidnapping cases! And for all those, for whom the death of their beloved ones, strikes like a deafening crash…!!!
Well, parting is the supreme truth. One has to agree to and accept it at some point in one’s life… To the very fact that Death exists, wandering around… It may knock my door any given day, or hit someone else close to me. I surrender! I know it’s unpredictable n out of my hands. The only thing I know and can have a control upon is to make sure I confess my love, sorrow, gratitude or apology to my loved ones, to people close to me from time to time. I believe, it’s very important to be vocal in any, any damn relationship, to express what I feel for the person next to me, to be free of mind n speak out, before I’m led to a regretful death otherwise! Coz, when needed, I may not get a chance to apologise to those whom I’ve hurt or to express my gratitude to everyone who made a difference to my life or to bid a goodbye, confessing everyone I know, how much I love them all…!!! Kya pata? Kal Ho Na Ho…!!!