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The Dolls of Love

Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by Vysan, Oct 21, 2007.

  1. Vysan

    Vysan Gold IL'ite

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    Dear Bala,

    I think in your crying, instead of posting the reply, you would have closed the window... hahahahaha... Come on...

    Yes, it is a real touching sad story... We expect our loved ones to do/say, what we want them to... They have their own style of doing things... We get angry, when they dont do what we want them to do... We forget to recognise that they have actually done what we wanted in their own way.... Had this lady instead of keeping in the room, played with the toy, she would have found out...

    To be very frank and hoset, i dont like tragedy movies... We are seeing movies for entertainment... why should i see a tragedy and have a heavy heart... I didnt see punnagai mannan for a very very long time and has seen that movie only once when they telecast in TV...

    I only wish, we can have alternate endings in real life also.... hahahahaha...:thumbsup
     
  2. balamotwani

    balamotwani Bronze IL'ite

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    Hey Vysan,

    What u r having ideas like Alternate endings in real life????? Just joking.

    The Real life of ours are directed by GOD and he disposes according to his wishes. We can only wish but i know we all have to face reality.

    How do you explain " Vidhiya madhi yala vellalaam". I know it is irrelevant here,but i just want your explanation.

    Bala
     
  3. Vysan

    Vysan Gold IL'ite

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    Dear Bala,

    Alternate endings..... Like Rajini marrying both lovers in the movie "Adhisaya Piravi" or both of them in one roof like in "Veera"..... Hahahaha... Happily lived ever after... This happens only in movies and not in real life...

    I agree, Man proposes and GOD disposes...

    Vidhiya madhi yala vellalaam... Question directed at wrong person... We have our great Chitvish, who can clarify better...
     
  4. Sriniketan

    Sriniketan IL Hall of Fame

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    Veda,
    This is indeed a touching story which explains 2 things:
    1. Express your love .
    2. See love even in small gestures.

    I heard somewhere that if you feel your husband cannot express his feelings, you can see to each and every action of his, expressing his love to you, like, when you are not feeling well, he comes up and take care of yourself and also says that 'take care of yourself' or 'are you alright', etc.
    Some people doesn't know to express their feelings, it is their actions that reveals their love.

    sriniketan
     
  5. Vysan

    Vysan Gold IL'ite

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    Dear Srinik,


    Sometimes, if we dont express our feeling, the other person might know know what we feel and we may never get another opportunity also... So say what you have to say when you have the time.
     
  6. SupriyaDinesh

    SupriyaDinesh Silver IL'ite

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    Hi,
    Though expressing love and being in love has no age limits ,the joy and thrill of puppy love is something special.As in this story at age 15, the sheer joy of hearing "i Love u" from her lover meant everything to her.At a mature age of 25 or more,this alone is not enough.. we go materialistic and we have to be reminded to find excitement in romance and showing love.
    This story is heart melting.Can u pls tell me where did u find this story?
     
  7. Vysan

    Vysan Gold IL'ite

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    Hi,

    Sorry, I dont know that matured age of 25 or more, we go materialistic and have to be reminded to find excitement in romance and showing love... I am not talking about the love at 15, but I am looking only at the message...

    Materialistic feeling and love doesnt go together... When you are in love, you love... You dont think of what he/she is going to give and other things... Then it is not true love... Love is not a barter... You give me something and I love you... That is something I cant accept....

    Personally, Mine is a love marriage and I got married at 25... and our love is not on any materialistic expectations.... Excitement didnt come by way of materialistic gifts.... Love for each other and support at testing times had spiced up our life and growth... I know my wife will agree with me.... So...

    My friend showed me this story....

    PS>>> These are absolutely my personal opinion... Each one is entitled to their views..
     
  8. corallux

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    Put me down as the lady in the story.....It took a major Cancer scare to show me the "unloving & uncaring " side of my hubby....

    It all started on a wintery 16th Aug 2005 evening in Melb.....A lemon sized pop-up on my throat sent my GP into panic who asked me to under go a scan....ON 18th Auig we were asked to wait till the end of her day to see her.....

    When I walked in I noticed she was not smiling.....Very grim, she asked me to take a seat & said she had bad news for me....she could have pushed me down with a feather duster.....& then came the dreaded word-Cancer

    I was shocked....turned to my hubby & the poor thing had collapsed....It was the state of HUbby I had never seen before.....HE ACTUALLY WAS CRYING.......My stone faced hubby was crying.....

    I could not take it any longer the rest of the evening went in a blur...teh surgery next day was more traumatic for him than me....

    Thank God the tests came out negative for Cancer.....It was just an ingrown hair...the GP apologised for her comments

    But guess what I thanked her & actually gave her a pack of her favourite Chocys..

    She had opened up my eyes to the side of my hubby I had failed to recognise before..It came back in a flash to me.....When we visited my parents & Mom had made a dish I hate & simple adores-He quietly took me out saying how I keep missing the Chaat of Mumbai In Melb...

    Little things that added up....Yep I never get Roses or chocys for B'days or anniversaries but simple gestures keep reminding me of his caring & loving side.....
     
  9. Vysan

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    Dear Corallux,

    Reading your story, I was really touched... May GOD bless you and your hubby with long loving life...

    Yes, I agree with you... At times, men are so stupid which includes me, who cant express their love... Though they love their spouse dearly... I learnt it in a very very hard way...

    Thanks for sharing your experience... Wish you a all the very Best....
     
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    thank u veda sir for sharing such a lovely story.......not a story alone, an eye-opener too!
    thanks again for reminding me of the truth that " love is to b expressed & not to b supressed"......my hubby strongly belives in this n follows this.......n abt me - am

    totally opposite -- i rarely /never express any of my feelings, both sad n happy !

    this character of mine was a real ' trouble -maker ' in the intial des ...he always

    had a feeling that i dont luv / care for him :-(....n me i used 2 wonder " how wil i make

    him understand my feelings for him ".....he being a pampared kadai-kutti of his family

    :eek:mg: i had a tough time in managing this guy..................

    but now after a few yrs of life together n a kid.........things have changed a lot....he can

    understand each n every move of mine........even the slightest change in my

    expression.:-o.....n me - am still the same.......:bang:bang:bang n at times i feel like

    kicking myself for my character......

    but after reading this post......immediately i called him........it was a surprise 2 him [or

    shd i say :shock: ]............as it was he who gives me little n big surprises from the de 1...

    thanks again..........veda sir,

    have i taken the first step to change:?:
     

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