Zindagi mai kabhi pyar mat karna,

Ho jaye toh inkar mat karna,

Nibha sako toh chalna uski rah par,

Warna kisiki zindagi barbaad mat karna……


“LOVE”, the most frequently used word by youngsters these days. Some say that they found true love, some say that true love is just in books. But does true love really exist? These days’ youngsters are keen on having a relationship or even having just a virtual relationship. These young people think having a relationship would make their status higher in front of their friends. But these blind lovers don’t understand that once if they lose trust of the partner there is no chance of getting him/her back into one’s life.

Relationship is like a thread. Once cut cannot become the same as before. Yes it’s true that the thread can be knotted along but it would become tough to pass it through the needle of life. And living with such disturbed relationship people decide to move on. Doing this they try to get over the problems of the first relationship. People correctly say these days that relationship do create problems in many people’s life. It is correctly said that if you can’t handle the burden of having a relationship, it would be better not having one.

People don’t understand that every love story is different. They try to imitate and achieve what’s not their cup of tea. It is correctly said that LOVE is the most difficult question in the question paper of life. Youngsters feel that holding on to one relationship is an old fashioned thing. But they don’t understand that they are actually playing with the sentiments and trust of their partner. People should understand the feelings of others and try and adjust themselves with their views. It’s true that real love does exist, but it is on us that we smartly understand and smartly adjust if some problems are created in the relationship.

The relationships last forever if there is patience in it. Patience helps to control the urge of one’s life because patience is the second name of love. Relationship is like a flute. If we know how and when to control the breath all the seven notes are played perfectly.

In the end, I would like to say that,

Pyar karo toh dhoka mat dena,

Dusro ko aansu ka tohfa mat dena,

Apne dil se roye koi zindagi bhar,

Aisa kisi aashik ko moka mat dena……



By Jiten Godhania.



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