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He buzzed her on Gtalk.

He- DND? Really?

She- Oh yes, but few people are barred from it.

He- And me?

She- What do you want to hear?

He- I know I am barred.

She- Someone is pretty overconfident.

He- Someone has been talking to me even with the DND status.

She- Shut up. Say what happened.

He- Just wanted to disturb you.

She- Let me work, else I’ll disturb you for life.

He- Who has stopped you?

She- Sheeeshh

That was their first conversation. Minutes to hours, they started talking everyday. The day started with the buzz & ended with a phone call. She ignored everyone else to talk to him. He made her feel special. Soon enough, they had a small world of their own.

Slowly the word they detested, “Love” stopped by. They couldn’t resist the feeling & gave in. Things started changing & it all felt like a mistake. Fights, tears, misunderstandings were all that were left.

And soon they parted ways. Love left them before they could trust each other, before they could solve the issues one last time. Yet they wish they could have the DND conversation again & pass by the detested emotion “Love”, yet be in each other’s life forever.

Love- Not everyone in love is meant to be together. After a point, even people in love cannot solve the issues cropping between them. Best one can do is, to let it be & just be happy that they felt the feeling of Love.

 


“Friendship” – seems complicated but is a very simple word. You just have to believe in the term. Being a social person that I am, I meet a lot of people everyday. Some believe in friendship while others don’t. And somehow, it’s difficult to explain to few, how it is important to have friends. One can stay alone but too much of it makes you lonely; which is not good. Listing down below are the commandments of Friendship, which I think applies to almost everybody. And they can help you make friends for Life.

  1. Develop Trust – Even if you don’t want to, invest in a little trust. Trust may not come on the 1st day, let it grow on its pace and blossom the relationship.
  2. No Expectations– The word seems good but does a lot of harm. Especially when your friendship is simply budding, do not expect much. You may hurt the beautiful bond. Keep expectation but not so much that the other person feels burdened.                                     Continue reading


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