Are you there for someone?

The feeling of belonging and being loved and craved for is one of the most precious and deep feelings in the world. One can never be tired of being pleased for the difference their presence or absence makes in someone’s life.

Do we really go ahead and let them know that we shiver in pain when missing them though?

Do we care to drop hints or walk them through the turmoil we go through when our eyes cannot see them or their voice doesn’t fill our hearts and lives?

Can we let our guards down and confess, without any anxiety, that they’re priceless for us and our world is incomplete without them?

I’m a very sensitive person and when I get attached to something/someone I have a hard time trying to distance myself from it, God forbid, if the need ever arises. When I’m in, I’m in for the long haul.

Life isn’t in our control though, neither are the circumstances that turn it around for us. Whatever the case, all we have to do is be there for the people who mean the world to us and make the most of what we can. Isn’t it? 🙂

7 thoughts on “Are you there for someone?

  1. Believe me today morning only I was thinking of writing a post on this matter…Was trying to collect thoughts so as to write a readable article but then got involved in some work. Feeling are very intricate and complex issues and they many times make us enter very difficult situations at times…It also happens that sometimes we ourselves are not sure what we are feeling…or so it happens that we deny to ourselves what we are actually feeling and tell us “Look i am not feeling that…i am actually feeling this” 🙂 🙂

    Then there are issues of how fruitful is it to honestly express our thoughts (provided we have actually understood what they actually are else we would honestly be expressing fake thoughts while thinking we are honest!!!) or the other option where we just keep our thoughts to ourselves which gets very difficult to do for a person like me who i believe is very expressive….

    Honestly expressing thoughts to loved ones at times make us being judged by them, may deteriorate our moral authority…not to mention sarcastic comments as gifts 🙂 🙂

    It has turned out to be a mini post…which may not make sense at all 🙂 🙂

    1. ????????????

      I think I know where this is coming from so it makes sense to me.
      I think we should never fool ourselves atleast about what we’re feeling. Moral grounds aside, they aren’t something that can go away if we stop heeding them.

  2. A heartfelt post Varsh 🙂
    I was in your shoes around 5 years back, when the mere thought of being separated from something or someone dear could leave me worrying for days at end. But the tragedies of recent past have calmed me down on that front. I have come accept it as a part of life and am now a more realistc person who lives every moment to the fullest without keeping any expectations from the moment yet to arrive.
    Loved the way you ended this. Indeed, all we can do is be there for those whom we care for, rest is all destiny 🙂

    1. Same here. I have gone through similar things and after all the ups and downs I’ve seen I am of the opinion that we can try and be there for someone and leave everything else aside.
      True it does matter to a certain extent to have someone with us, but nonetheless all we can hope is the best for them.
      I’m glad you liked it. ☺

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