Sneha and Raghav were childhood friends, they were so intimate that from food to emotions, they used to share everything among themselves, though they had many other friends but no other company was required for them when they were together, they were complete within themselves. But gradually Sneha observed that something was missing in her life and started feeling vacuum inside, she wasn’t able to find the reason for that. No doubt she was very happy but a bit apprehensive of how to fill the void. Then one beautiful morning Raghav proposed Sneha and said “I love you more than anything else in this world; it would be my pleasure if you allow me to share all your joys and sorrows for rest of the life.” Tears rolled down Sneha’s cheeks and a sensuous feeling was there deep within which whispered, “She was complete now.”
If we put ourselves in Sneha’s shoes, I am sure all of us would have had the same feelings. But have we ever thought that why do we need the external stimulus to have that feeling of completeness. As rightly said, “Each one desires and aspires what one doesn’t have.” Does that point out that we don’t have feeling of love and completeness?
Contrary to it, I feel a woman is the ocean of love possessing abundance of emotions. With her beauty and serenity she spreads spark in so many lives around her. In all the different roles she plays; May it be a daughter, a sister, a lover, a wife or a mother, she is capable of showering love, happiness, joy and satisfaction in lives of everyone around her. She has the power to play with her emotions and can be the best actor at times, be-fooling all the people around her. Even in the most difficult and adverse situations when she feels like out bursting into tears, she can somehow manage to smile gracefully.
As a daughter she gives completeness to her father by serving and loving him. She protects and helps her brother for his mistakes and loves him unconditionally. As a lover she gives every bit feeling of completeness and love to the man of her dreams. She is so strong that she can take risks and can walk upstream to just be with him. She has the quality to pamper her husband like a mother, that might give an impression that she is feeble; but if you think so you’re mistaken here. With the warmth and love she cares, her child feels so secured in her arms and lap. She is the one who makes the house a beautiful home with her untiring efforts and a charming smile.
As people say that, “Behind every successful man there is a woman”, may it be in any role. I also share same opinion that she herself is the source of strength, inspiration and love to every person in her life. Still she feels that she’ll become complete when she is bestowed with love from some external source. I often wonder that when she can spread joy and happiness in others life and can make everyone feel complete then how can her happiness and completeness is dependent on someone else in the external world.
“Let’s start living with the void, instead of trying to fill it."
“Let’s feel complete within ourselves.”
2 thoughts on “I am Complete Within!”
Complete within should be the motto of everyone’s life to lead a happy life…
That’s true, because we make our happiness dependent on others, we can never achieve the permanent state of happiness resulting in bliss!