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What if one dies in an air-crash, while carrying with him, in mid-air, the ever loving memories of 'someone' he loves...?

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Asked by Dil Se, 29 Mar '10 07:07 pm
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This query is so believably awesome.
I can actually imagine the whole scenario,and the heart wrenching pain it stands for.
I would like to quote two examples here.
First of the Indian Airlines Flight Hijack,quite sometime ago,I was too young,so don't remember the details at all...but I do remember one fact...there was a young couple,newly married,and getting back from a much cherished honeymoon...and how,the young and handsome groom was brutally wounded by the terrorists in front of his lady love's eyes. It remains etched on my mind,her face,and the the guy's body,which succumbed to the wounds later.
How she must have lived with those memories,and how he must have relived each moment spent with his new and beautiful love...how he must have gathered her face and its beauty,with deep anguish ,in his own eyes...how he must have lived a thousand centuries in those few moments and loved with a million emotions...the sheer desperation of seeing life slip by...
That memory,is unforgettab ...more
Answered by shintsie, 29 Mar '10 07:39 pm

 
  
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Too sad even to just think
Answered by anil garg, 25 Jun '11 12:49 am

 
  
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Memory travel till eternity.
No accident can stop it.
Answered by Prakash Chandra, 30 Mar '10 02:40 am

 
  
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I know how one feels when one cherishes the loving memories of someone he / she loves.. Every moment is filled with pain.. Living life without the loved one is as painful as anything. If I am the person concern, I would gladly embrace the inevitable death.. I will say " here my dear ,,, I am not afraid of death.. I am coming to meet you,,,,"
Answered by subhash, 29 Mar '10 09:19 pm

 
  
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