#Lesson of Life#

The essential lesson I learned in Life

Dr. Vikram and his wife Anjali had been married for four years. But their marriage was far from perfect. They were constantly arguing and fighting with each other, and their relationship had become strained over time. Finally, Vikram decided that enough was enough and he filed for divorce. The case dragged on for four long years, but eventually, the court granted the divorce.

However, Anjali was not willing to accept the court’s decision. She felt that their marriage was worth saving and she wanted to challenge the divorce in the High Court. As the legal battle raged on, the couple’s young son Rohan found himself caught in the middle.

Rohan doesn’t want to lose his parent.

Rohan was just eight years old, but he was wise beyond his years. He had seen the tension between his parents and had suffered the consequences of their fighting. But he still loved them both deeply and he couldn’t bear the thought of losing either one of them.

One day, Rohan decided to take matters into his own hands. He sat down with his parents and spoke to them frankly. He told them how much he loved them both and how much he wanted them to stay together. He begged them to find a way to resolve their differences and to make their marriage work.

Both were moved by their son’s words

Vikram and Anjali were both moved by their son’s words. They realized how much their fighting had hurt him and how much they had been taking their son’s love for granted. They saw the pain and confusion in Rohan’s eyes and they knew that they had to do something to make things right.

Vikram and Anjali sat down and talked things through. They realized that they had been holding on to grudges and resentments for far too long. They had forgotten the love and respect that they had once shared for each other. They had let their differences come between them and had lost sight of what was really important.

With Rohan’s words ringing in their ears, Vikram and Anjali made the decision to give their marriage another chance. They agreed to put the past behind them and to start fresh. They promised to be more patient, more understanding, and more forgiving of each other’s mistakes. They vowed to work together to make their marriage stronger and to be better parents to their son.

It wasn’t easy. There were still moments of tension and frustration. But Vikram and Anjali were determined to make it work. They went to counseling, read books on marriage, and sought advice from family and friends. They worked hard to rebuild the trust and intimacy that they had lost.

And slowly but surely, their efforts paid off. They began to enjoy each other’s company again. They found joy in the little things, like cooking dinner together, taking walks in the park, and playing with Rohan. They rediscovered the love and passion that had once brought them together.

Son’s happiness was more important

Finally, after months of hard work, Vikram and Anjali decided to withdraw their appeal to the High Court. They knew that their son’s happiness was more important than their own pride or ego. They had learned that the only way to overcome the challenges in their marriage was to work together and put their family first.

Happiness is in your ability to love others

Today, Vikram and Anjali are happily married, and their son Rohan is the center of their world. They know that they still have work to do, but they are committed to making their marriage work. They are grateful for their son’s wisdom and for the love that has brought them back together.

In the end, the couple learned that sometimes, it takes a child to remind us of what is really important in life. They learned that love, forgiveness, and understanding are the key to a successful marriage. And they learned that even when things seem hopeless, there is always hope for the better.

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18 replies

  1. beautiful story — & sometimes, divorce is best as well…

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  2. “Nice” is too passive of a description. I must say, “stunning!” Your talent glows.

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  3. Happiness is in your ability to love others…very true❤️

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  4. a great story with an inspiring end —

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  5. A beautiful story!

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