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Mistakes.



Mistakes.

Irrevocable and inevitable.

It is the most important part of the learning process,people say.

True!!

But what if these mistakes are the reason you can't even look your friends and family in the eye?
What if mistakes are the reason you lose a whole future you've been dreaming of since forever?
What if there's no one you can come home and pour your heart out to due to the result of someone else's mistakes?

ans: you feel sick, lonely and neglected and end up committing more mistakes.

But now, you've crossed the line...there's no going back.

just when a few years ago you felt like an angel with a halo resting on your head,u feel some new additions now-black color and evil horns.

You hate it. You apologise. You beg for them to have you back.
Their heart melts. They forgive.

but there's always that look in their eyes. The trust is lost. Nw all that's left are repercussions followed by regret.
And you can't change that. NO!
You just learn to live with it and if possible,try as much as you can to forget it.
But THEY don't let you....

So, it just leads to MISTAKES!! :(

Comments

Shantanu said…
ya may be but why to make them so memorable yourselves i mean why keep remembering them till they become the only substance of your being.....

i mean may be people keep feeling the same about us because they can see that shaky(or mistake making)attitude in us....may be a we are the one who need to change ourselves into an undaunted optimist and quick learner from mistakes..

some times our power drive from inside makes people come back to you like before and make you their best friends....because the one who can make the mistake and still has the power to apologize and move on with such confident attitude really has something .....sorry for the loooooooong comment
Jitika Jain said…
uv got a point der...but even if u try to move on n ignore ur doing or watever, the trust is already lost, the harm is done...dey cn neva trust u d same way again...half the confidence we have is shattered den n der...i like ur optimism but d confidence u're talking abt..not many ppl have it...
Shantanu said…
ya true many people don't have that confidence.may be because nowadays people have a very few friends or loved one's to whom they can talk to...but when they make a mistake even those few people are lost so they face it in the 'very hard way'....
Jitika Jain said…
exactly...n most of the ppl nowadays dont care a shit abt oders...true friendship is nothing but a rarity dese days...so it jus makes moving on all the more tougher..
Anish Patel said…
I had a big fight with one of my besty in college and we hadn't speak for almost 3 months... then his birthday came, I called him and said only two words... "Happy Birthday and Sorry" .. n it all started again.. we felt awkward after regroup again.. but now we are having more bonding then we had before that fight... and It was definately my mistake in that fight...
It all depends on trueness and unselfishness of friendship between two people.. it varies for each friendship...
Jitika Jain said…
friendship is not the only kinda relationship but it is the second easiest after the mother-daughter bond because the level of love and trust is maximum there and hence it makes "letting go" or "forgiving" more easy...there are many other more intense relations and even graver mistakes, dude....not every ending is a happy ending right?....but if it has worked out so well for you...its relli gr8!!!!..keep your friendship rocking!!!
Anish Patel said…
you r rite.... that was the college friendship n may that's why it works... Now in office.... we have hardly have any true friendship.... most of the time is leg-puller activities... :( ...

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