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Forgotten Love of Yesterday : The Rain of a Lonesome Heart: The Rain of a Lonesome Heart

By Bhattacharjee, Jayita

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Reproduction Date: 07/12/2018

Title: Forgotten Love of Yesterday : The Rain of a Lonesome Heart: The Rain of a Lonesome Heart  
Author: Bhattacharjee, Jayita
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Psychology, Self help, healing
Collections: Authors Community, Psychology
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Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Member Page: Jayita Bhattacharjee


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It is a book in self help and healing from loss and death of the loved ones. No loss can ever truly go away from our lives, until we give words to it and create something meaningful out of that devastating loss.

This book sheds a light on how ....not to lose oneself in the loss of a loved one or the sudden end of relationships, and to continue living light in the wake of its breath. The art of living lies not in sinking deep, but in rising high in the smell of what once caught our hearts. While people come and go, relationships come and leave, we never have to live in the sadness of times. As all that came with a gift in disguise--the scent of eternity, the beauty of times. Time even though is fleeting, time even though, may seem unkind, yet rarely do we realize the beauty of these fleeting times. Every moment gifted us, some with a blessing, some with a lesson. Yet, even a lesson gifts us a blessing.--the blessing of wisdom. While we never get those times back, but the wisdom it leaves with us--that lives on the sands of eternity.

The Loss that stares …. The loss that has come to engulf you, the loss that has come to absorb you, in the worst way possible. With this spreading loss in our hearts, what dies is-- what was living inside us, what was breathing in life, in hope—in the blink of an eye, all is gone. A staring emptiness that you feel in your mouth that runs you dry. And somehow, you find those welling tears in your heart to travel to your eyes, and you give out a long, aching cry. And the world echoes with the sound of your loss. Have you heard that empty laughter, that comes now and again out of your staring loss? It is never the weight you carry, but how you carry it--the heaviness, the unspoken words—It’s all in the way you carry it. How you live and linger in the memories—to which there is no reply? Tears sting your eyes, as life pushes you down to your knees, and the pain of an insane loss would hit you out of nowhere, racking your helpless body with soundless sobs. How easy it was to lose someone, you had always thought you would have forever? You weep for the past which can never return. Love remains, its place remains. The recollections are still left—only the person is gone. Every moment, everything that you see and do, and touch is weighted by your loss. When love dies, the ashes do not live on the wind—they rest on the graveyard of the soul, darkening this life, we once thought beautiful. When goodbye seems to be very long and finally, you accept it in your heart-- there will never come a time, when you can truly say goodbye to the ones whom you once held in your arms, whom you once rolled with, in the moments of everyday life.


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