55 Fiction ~ Terminal #writebravely

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He was amazed at the clarity of his thoughts while staring into the face of death.

He had erred, first in forming relationships and second, in maintaining them.

Did he deserve lying on his deathbed with no one by his side, then? He hoped not.

Holding the pen, he opined, β€œI must seek their forgiveness.”

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65 thoughts on “55 Fiction ~ Terminal #writebravely

    1. How true. May be in the next birth or if he is lucky he can make amends in this life itself. Hope God gives him the chance.
      Thanks for your kind words, Anagha. πŸ™‚

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  1. Oh yes, forgive we must. For forgiveness is the key that unlocks the door of resentment and hatred. It also breaks the chains of bitterness and selfishness. Glad that he realized this!

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  2. “He had erred, first in forming relationships and second, in maintaining them.” This say it all !! Beautiful way of finding and saying truth of life. Conclude this piece if possible

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