An Absolute Second Chance in Life

From many years I’ve been hearing that there is no second chance in Life, no second chance in Love and no second chance in relations and trust.

Talking about myself I am not practically in favour of giving second chances. Theoretically I say that we being humans make many mistakes and they need to be forgiven but when it comes to practical application I am always the opposite way.

Yes at times I do give second chances but only and only to those who mean a lot to me. By a lot I seriously mean A LOTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.

Anyways I was talking about Second chances in Life. Not everybody gets that but a few ones are actually lucky and blessed to get and immediately grab those.

Here is a short breath taking and thought provoking story that I read just now regarding Life’s chances.

The good old days.
The good old days.

It was their anniversary, and Julia was waiting for her husband George to show up.

Things had changed since their marriage, the once cute couple couldn’t-live-without each-other had turned bitter.

The fading shades of Love.
The fading shades of Love.

Fighting over every little things, both didn’t like the way things had changed. Julia was waiting to see if George remembered it was their anniversary!

As Love fades and Life changes.
As Love fades and Life changes.

Just as the door bell rang she ran to find her husband wet and smiling with a bunch of flowers in his hand.

The two started re-living the old days. Making up for fights, then was the plan for the dinner and it was raining outside! It was perfect.

Rain means resilience.
Rain means resilience.

But the moment paused when the phone in the bedroom rang.

Julia went to pick it up and it was a man. “Hello ma’am I’m calling from the police station. Is this Mr. George’s number?”
“Yes it is!”

Unexpected things happen.
Unexpected things happen.

“I’m sorry ma’am; but there was an accident and a man died.

We got this number from his wallet; we need you to come and identify his body.”

Julia’s heart sank.!!! She was shocked!

But my husband is here with me?”

Sorry ma’am, but the incident took place at 2 pm, when he was boarding the train.”

Julia was about to lose her conscience.

Sudden reactions.
Sudden reactions.

How could this happen?!

She had heard about the soul of the person coming to meet a loved one before it leaves!

She ran into the other room.

He was not there. It was true! He had left her for good!!

Oh God she would have died for another chance to mend every little fight! She rolled on the floor in pain. She lost her chance! Forever!

The feeling of loosing all you have.
The feeling of loosing all you have.

Suddenly there was a noise from the bathroom, the door opened and George came out and said

Darling, I forgot to tell you my wallet got stolen today”.

LIFE MIGHT NOT GIVE YOU A SECOND CHANCE. SO NEVER WASTE A MOMENT WHEN YOU CAN STILL MAKE UP FOR YOUR WRONGS!!!

Second chance to dream.
Second chance to dream.

No one is promised tomorrow. Have a wonderful Life with no regrets!

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