“””Move on, is a basic concept of life, but care should be taken while making such transition such that, distance should be covered and not created. This story justifies the same concept. If a human is to err then he is also meant to correct.
Yes, it takes time to realize one’s mistakes but once the realization process is over, one must be gutsy enough to accept it and correct it. At times, just a sorry is not enough in friendship and a sorry is nothing without efforts to mend the harm. So from strangers you become best friends, from best friends you become strangers
again; the cycle completes itself in a way. But then it’s up to one’s conscience as to how one considers the cycle in his mind and how much he values his relationships.
Kabeer, Radhika, and Vishesh’s friendship, unfortunately, ended in the same college where it took off from. Some intentional mistakes and some situational conspiracies have shaped up the whole story with a question mark in the end. Someone needed to acknowledge and give a befitting reply to the almighty questioner, TIME. They say ‘actions speak louder than words’, but ‘words in the form of action speak loudest’ I guess. At least Vishesh proved it so. And finally,in this story, friendship wins against all the odds.””
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