I don't know which loss is more profound- Losing a very close friend to the inevitable transformation called Death, who was to be there with me through every joy every disappointment every breakup and every achievement. Or, Losing my best friend and lover to the ambiguous vengeance called Life..
A song that is very close to my heart : Duto Manush (Two People) <
The song goes like..
Ekshaathe koto poth chola..
Haathe haath rekhe kotha bola..
Keno shesh meshe eshe bidaai?
On translation, it would mean..
Two strangers, meet. They get along well and the distance between their journeys lessen. They spend time together.. make memories and the distance still gets shorter, so much that they almost coincide at times.
But this intersection is temporary-like seasons, reasons and time. I would never blame them, they had to go their own way, someday. What I didn't know was that it would happen so soon. But then, who knows? Things just happen, like they are meant to be.
Sometimes we just have to let go of someone who matters to us not because we want to but because we have to, because it is the Right thing to do. Let us remember that we cannot force anyone to love us. We can't beg someone to stay with us when he/she wants to leave and/or be with someone else. This is what Love is all about.
Separation by Death is still explainable, but the separation by Life seems indiscriminate and cruel. It dwells in like a double-edged sword-killing not only the relation but a small part within the two people. However much they want, they can Never be the same.
However, the end of love is Not the end of life. It should be the beginning of an understanding that Love Leaves for a Reason, But never Leaves without a Lesson.
To put it in few words of wisdom. .
~Its better to cross the line and suffer the consequences than to just stare at the line for the rest of your life ...