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  • Writer's pictureLife Coach Bindiya Murgai

Shed wilted relationships. Make way for meaningful ones.

Updated: Sep 26, 2019

Many relationships are transient in our lives. They have a shelf life, there for a certain time, but always with a purpose, even though we may not see it without ample introspection. The purpose could be to bring us momentary joy, shine a light on our emotional chasms, hold a mirror to our hidden selves, highlight our frailties, our strengths. Or hard as it may be, to just teach us a lesson about people, life, instincts, and the myriad complexities of the human heart and mind.

The important thing is to acknowledge and embrace the autumn of a relationship, when it arrives, and to be able to shed its weight, as gracefully and effortlessly as a tree sheds its leaves. And keep following the cycle of nature...making way for spring. Create space for newer people, meaningful conversations, knowledge, fresh bonds and experiences, allow new energy to flow through your life.

Here's a wonderful quote from HH Dalai Lama, "Friends pass away, new friends appear. It is just like the days. An old day passes, a new day arrives. The important thing is to make it meaningful: a meaningful friend - or a meaningful day."

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