Insanely sane… Surviving qualmless.

Insanely sane… Surviving qualmless.
I'm not a perfect person, But I never meant to do those things; And so I have to say before I go, That I just want myself to know. I've found out a reason for me,; To change who I used to be A reason to start over new, and the reason is you. I've found a reason to show, A side of me you didn't know; A reason for all that I do, Before I let you go...

Friday, April 17, 2009

Eternal partings.

PS.  Continued from the earlier post “Eternal Partings”.

The shadow seems to have created a veil over everybody. It is as if everybody is thinking about her, thinking thinking and thinking…

Yesterday as I returned from college, my next door aunty informed me that another of the uncles traveling in the car had expired in the afternoon…! Feels as if I am waking up to death, living it and sleeping with it for the past few days. The pall of gloom refuses to leave us in peace. God, when you take away our dear ones from us, then why don’t you take away their memories along with them too…?



Mamoni [my little maid, whose mother I had related previously was very sick], is an ever smiling young girl whom I am used to see smiling inspire of everything that happens with her at home. Today morning she came up to me along with her even little sister and said…


M: Didi mumma is very sick; they are taking her to the hospital.

I: Why? What happened again?

M: She fainted and is having an acute pain in the stomach.

I: Oh ok.

M: Didi, you told me you will help us… can you lend us some money?

[She never asks me for money]

I: Yap definitely, how much do you need?

M: Anything didi, as you think best… she is very sick didi, I can’t see her… there is nobody at home…


Saying so she broke down into tears. The little child started crying uncontrollably unable to control herself anymore. She was crying! I couldn’t see her thus…

I gave her as much as I could and she ran away, crying.


I pray that her mumma gets well. I wish the curse of death leaves the auntie’s downstairs, it has been already too much for them, three members of the family expiring… uncle expired on the day they finished the rituals for the two aunties.

Please pray that her mumma gets well soon, she requires eight bottles of blood. Please pray for the little girl and her mumma.


Please help us and guide us towards the light, Oh Devine Light, guide us to our fortunes to the betterment of ourselves, towards peace and harmony, Show us our way in this dreary darkness, Oh Divine Light!

Please do read and comment on my efforts if you find this post popping up anywhere near you :P


Anonymous said...

awweeee.. my prayers are with her..

you are a sweet one..

p.s. thank you for following.. i am honoured.. :)

Diya said...

you are welcome dear :)

Soulreaver said...

now, I have full sympathy for the child, u kno!! death's inevitable but all dare 2 face it. But I sometimes wonder, that isn't death one of the rare things that makes u think/feel for somebody.

Like say, when mah mom or mah sis returns late in mah home, I always keep thinkin abt dm. say " pray!! there's not any mishap". What plays in mah mind dt "pray! there's not an accident"...y? cz it leads to some severe injury, some disability or even death.

So these "death","pain" these according 2 me, altho belongs to d darker side of the life, it actually makes one feel 4 another. Say we always care for those ppl. And besides I think, death is the only thing tht makes a person realise, wht actually another person was to the society/in his/her life.

Its not a bad thingie at all.And provided I have enjoyed the full span [50-60 yrs] of mah lyf, if death comes to me, none will be happier than me.:)

not exaggerated :)

Soulreaver said...

n m praying for mamoni's mom.

Diya said...

@ Soulreaver
Death is inevitable
Death provides an end to the physical person
But does it end the person mentally amongst others?
Then what say about the unfinished aspects that are left behind?
Because it never comes at an announced pace and time!

And please do pray.
Thanks :)