Condolence

So many times we come across situations, across people to sympathize with. What happened was bad. Destructive! should not have happened. The person may be shattered, maybe in need. Of hope. Of words. Sympathy.

But whatever the events, whatever it was that created havoc, an emotional turmoil, is there anything that can be said to ease the pain? Can we tell a person who lost his guardian that it happened for good? Can we tell a person in pain that it shall be beneficial? Can we tell a person that God is teaching him something and hence the hunger, starvation and the lack of food?

What do we say to people suffering?

Are the condolences, the words all hollow? Devoid of any meaning? Any depth? Mere misused words. Rather, used words…

And some useless condolences. Sympathies!

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Weak

Even though words are meant to express, they cannot always satisfactorily fulfill the need. However large a vocabulary, they can never be enough for the ever evolving emotions. At one point or the other, you need to learn the language of silence; of expressions and emotions. A verbal acknowledgement shall not be necessary where actions speak so loud.

Remember, love can never find enough words for its expression. Its the signs you have to read!