Saturday, October 9, 2010

Letting Go

Just wondering why I am writing this on a Saturday evening but it’s something which is coming somewhere from inside!!!

Never been a master of the art of befriending people but do feel that I had my share of good people around me. Like bad stuff even good stuff comes with an expiry tag on it. And then come’s the biggest question of letting people go out of your life.

How easily you let someone go out of your life depends upon the importance of that person in your life. So sometimes it is as easy as just exchanging one big hug and saying ‘keep in touch’ and then taking your own path but sometimes this whole affair becomes very painful and tormenting.

What one can do and what one should do is very individualistic approach and thus people take it differently. For me it’s always been tough to get out of it but once they becomes bygone they remains bygone. One should look forward instead of looking backward as you will only end up falling if you look back.

Just a word of advice, always trying putting yourself first in these situations and then try to think about others.

In the end just want to share two lines with you…

“Log jaatey huey mausam ke tarah hotey hai,
Yeh jamaana he kisey din tujhey baatlayega”

So look forward and let it go dude!!!!!!!!!!


  1. True ji true..I again can reply with a longgg comment.. but thot of sparing you from one ;) .. In short .. Kya karey?.. U can't bound someone to be with you always... jo aata hai .. usse jaana hee hota hai .. some truth and we gotta live with it .. =)..
    Yaadein jee yaadein .. just cherish them and move on .. .. .. =D

  2. :)

    Words of wisdom.. after long time!!!

  3. As always good and practical stuff ! Rightly said, nothing is permanent. if we keep this in mind, we can live precious but ephemeral moments to their fullest before getting parted and saying, "I wish, we could spend some more time together. (bcoz i was not sensible enough to know the value of these moments when we were together :) ). "
    It seems that people need to lose things or people to value them which somehow I feel , (I don't need to) instead thinking what and how much you did with the moments you got will make more sense. It's a person's call to realize the value of moments when they are under your control. Otherwise, your past will always be good or perhaps better than your present.