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Depressive Couple in God’s Palm

I vividly remeber, we had this conversation about our future. She told me that the things between us were not working out as we had imagined. I kept silent. I kept listening to what she had to say. How could I have said anything? For I had kep her waiting for years. I kept saying, “Things will work out.” for more than a few years. The conversation wa short and deep, but what transpired withing the talk was like eons for me.

I had planned a happy future for us. I would wake up every morning to see the golden rays of the sun touching her cheeks. I would slide her hair to the back of her ears and kiss her on the lips. I would wake up and make brealfast for her. Everything I had planned seemed so beautiful but when it came to face the reality, those plans dropped down on me like the monsoon rainfall.

I kept telling myself, “Please dont let this be true, dont let this be true.” I thought she had give up on me. I was sure that I loved ber and that I wanted to spend my life time with her. The harsh reality, back then, was unforgiving. I had no job, no source of income and most importantly no future that could have given us hope.

Things were tough. Irrespective of the hardshops she was facing on her side, she kept motivating me. She was always there for me. Perhaps, she was there for me so much so that the depression I was handling, was creeping up on her. She is a strong lady but the times were so harsh that it even broken her and that’s not an easy thing to do.

Despite all the hardships, We had a hope. A hope that she and I will live together someday, happily. We fought the circumstances, we fought the odds and placed everything in the palm of the almighty. He paved the way for us. Our love stood sturdy. Our desire and pure love for eachother proved strong enough infront of the God’s test. Our destiny hasn’t been accomplished. But, to the chapters we had then, we can proudly say, we came, we saw, we conquered. GURU RINPOCHOE KHENO.


Published by chengadawa

I am 26 years of age. I have Bachelors of Science in Forestry. I have been unemployed for some years and that has caused me a great amount of mental stress and anxiety. It has been really difficult for me to combat my anxiety and mental stress. But writing down my experience in my Blog helps ease my mind and I hope through this, people who are facing same dark period as myself, find hope and reasons not to give up on their smile.

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