Holding hands:A friend in need is a friend indeed
A friend in need is a friend indeed
I am titled as a student, daughter, and a friend but could not fulfill any of the duties to be done by a student, a friend and a daughter. I ended up making a big mistake in my college life due to which I am all the time deprived. When my class mates came to know about my terrorizing mistake, I was devastated and ashamed at the same time. I broke the trust of my friends which was unbelievable for them. It was difficult for me to live with such guilt and embarrassment.
At home, I never obeyed my parents and was always rude to them. But still, they put everything in front of me even I didn’t ask for. Despite of my bad behavior, I am blessed with good family but I could never be a good daughter. Neither was I a good student.
Each moment I realized that I was not a good human being. I got aggravated and to get rid of my frustration I use to think ways of getting rid of my life.
Then unexpectedly one of my old friends gave me a shock. She astonishingly came to my house and hugged me closely and securely. We sat for few hours and conversed. I just vomited everything to her, shared my feelings, my thoughts, my emotions, my pain, belief; which made me so relief. When I explained to her entire heart, she catched my hand and solved my trouble so easily that I asked myself” was I really suffering”. Her hand in my hand gave me a sense of satisfaction and was glad that I also have someone in life who means a lot to me. I did not expect any sympathy from her and nor she sympathized me. That was the best part of her. What I needed was kindness.
I realized that my pain was double because I did not have any one to share with. All my pain vanished when I hold her. I found a shoulder to lean on. I am glad I have you. I love you.