Decisions


by Vaishali Sudan Sharma updated on February 8, 2015

TCT brings to you it’s first post from the Month of Love Series, “Decisions”. This one is about infinite possibilities, ultimate moments, love and togetherness of a couple. Read on to know if you can relate to it too..

I was just thinking about the sundry decisions we often make and how we settle on one from an array of options thrown back at us. What prompts us and when we look back in time (with delight or regret), do we even remember those possibilities?

For instance, if I were to anyways end up with my husband- Ace, then why at all did I have to wander so much before we got married! I mean, you were right here.. in this town. Didn’t know that we were on parallel routes, had it been that we knew, I could have atleast said hello to you.

Decisions

If I were to anyways end up with you, then why did we buy more time, dated a couple more ‘suitable’ options? Was it because you did let me go in the first place and so I thought I might as well OR was it because you did let me go for me to find it all about myself.. just so I could come back to you.. just so I could continue adoring the idea of waking you up in the morning and letting you put me to sleep in the night.. just so we could discover the infinite possibilities of the ultimate moments in our lives together?

If I knew I was to come back to you, then why did I even go on and on wandering? Perhaps, it was so I could learn to travel all by myself and explore the infinite possibilities that could have been hidden away if I would have said hello to you right then when we’d bumped into each other on that parallel route. You would have smiled at me and we could have said yes to each other right then. But, then, we were meant to take more time before accepting each other’s presence to build those ultimate moments in a phenomenon called life.

Perhaps, the sundry decisions we make help us delve deeper in a situation called TOGETHERNESS. We follow it for long is our misery OR if we stop there, take an alternate path and decide to make things better.. Whatever it maybe, I am happy to be back with you, enjoying our parenthood moments together. I am happy to have found you. I am happy that we took our time. I am rather happy that we did cross each other’s path but did not make a hasty decision. I am not happy that I came back to you, I am rather happy that we came to each other.

I am happy that we could discover the infinite possibilities of the ultimate moments in our lives together.. and since these possibilities are infinite so there are quite a few left to be discovered before we say goodbye to a bizarre phenomenon called life.

I thought I should let you know now that I love you and I am glad that you are my son’s father.

Will you be my Valentine Ace?

 

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8 thoughts on “Decisions

  1. The wanderings were to let you know what all couldn’t be love and to make you sure of what ‘love is’ when you finally met each other……..isn’t it. Destiny is to be (happily) blamed for making Love magical.
    I love reading romantic tales and this post was indeed romantic. 🙂

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  2. I’m always a believer of “everything happens for a reason”. And that I have to go through those things I went through in order to have what I have now. 🙂 Your post reminds me of a friend’s love story — they grew up in the same street and played with the same playmates, but never remembered knowing each other; fast forward 25 years later when they met at a party and fell in love. They are married now. Life is funny like that sometimes. 🙂

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