Heart with a flickering sense of hope
All these are some of the characteristics that each and everyone of us must have experienced in one of the phases of life.
Life is not always fair, it maintains a fine balance in everything. This also includes one’s ego, attitude, esteem, pride and the whole mortal idea of who the person is. Thus, when people get head-strong, life tend to push them down from the highest alp and bring them back to reality. Or worse, when people imagine themselves to be indestructible, life tends to crush them down to get them back to senses.
This is the way life operates. The period of resuscitation is the hardest of all. The person in this stage, is similar to that of a phoenix. They have to accept all the shame, humiliation, embarrassment, disgrace in order to rise up again and become eminent. This duration of time, the time to accept and seek for the right opportunity is what I call as the “Wait”. This “Wait” is actually more dreadful and unbearable than it sounds, as it has the potent of casting oneself into a new being.
Apart from superficial world, one’s inner self is enough to do the damages. Human mind is a very powerful, complex and a tricky place to be. It makes people to believe completely in an instance, and become vacillating by the next stance. Likewise unresolved fears, which gets more aggravated at the event of a “Wait”, also contribute greatly to the damages orchestrated in collaboration with the mind.
Thus an unstable fearful mind makes everything go loony and the person loses sight of the track back to reality. This is the time when people have to hold on to themselves and use hope as an anchor back to reality and happiness. Now finding these anchors can be quite challenging, but once they are in position, one can boom back with a whoop into the present.
Once after being back, the person must not forget the hardships and the pain endured during the “Wait”, and must start to live a more meaningful life. This also includes the unannounced edict that the victim should always be considerate and thoughtful of others’ situation and act accordingly. This assertion is undertaken since the victim is now capable of being in other person’s shoe and knows the agony of the “Wait”.
PS : All these views are my perspectives of how a person fall and gets back to one’s feet. I’m truly sorry if I have differed from your opinion and hurt any one of you. Feel free to correct me and enlighten me.
Time can heal a broken heart, But it can also break a “Waiting” heart !
Until next time, Hasta la vista !