This is a true incident (i am not writing this as a story else it will be disrespect for the person to whom we already lost.)
I was sad for the last 36 hrs, not able to think how to raise this question.
I met with a girl (Shivani - Changed name) in 2019, she used to call me BIG BROTHER and I used to call her “HERO”, she worked for a multi-national company with a good package staying along with her mom and a 6-year-old cute daughter.
She was not staying with her husband because the love and care she deserves from him was far away because she met a life-threatening medical problem “CANCER”
In the last 24 months, we shared some good and bad times together. I used to take her to some good restaurant where I always insist her to have some snacks or else have few sips of juice and shake. She was NOT in condition to have anything due to her illness.
We took her to hospitals a couple of times in this pandemic in serious condition - while entering in ICU - she always asked me: Main wapis aaungi na? ( WILL I BE ABLE TO COME BACK FROM ICU ) and every time I used to say tu Saath hi chalegi hamare (you will come with us for HOME) and we made it earlier.
In the last 36 hours, things changed drastically and this time we could not take her back home despite she wanted to live her life perhaps not for herself but for her daughter.
Her last two wishes were to forgive his husband who hardly visited in the last 2 years during her illness and second to take care of her daughter (education and marriage).
While penning down this stanza I am emotional “he (husband of Shivani) didn’t bother to put his hand over her daughter’s head when she was on her last journey and lying at the cremation ground, soon he left the cremation ground without bothering that who will take care of little angel now.
Does she deserve this from her husband?
Do we really forgive her husband for this treatment (in fact I never met him and don’t want to meet such people)?
I have decided that my organization - SKILLSertifika will take care of her first dream that is the “EDUCATION FOR HER DAUGHTER” and will ensure success for her. This will be my “SHARADHANJALI “for a person whom I met a couple of years back.
The ones we love are never gone; they live within our hearts.
I WILL MISS YOU “HERO”