Once I had been in a relationship, simple yet sweet one. One fine day “out of the blue” she texts me in which it was written that she has broken up with me and had even asked me not to reply or try to keep her contact via any means. I had received this ‘shocking’ moment of a lifetime at the midst of my I.S.C. board examinations and three days prior to my “mathematics” examination. Like each one of us would stay depressed while we lose someone who is closest to our heart, "so was I". But there was one thing, which I didn’t do while I had come to know about such a ‘disheartening’ matter such as this- “Crying.” Yes, I had definitely turned into a ‘melancholic’ character after reading that message, but I had been strong enough and kept one thing in my mind- “That my life isn’t over yet.” Though I was busy solving innumerable number of questions, while she had messaged me. But I had stopped working out problems for the rest of the day and tried to meditate my ‘restless’ mind for an hour. My only endeavor at that moment was to bring my mind ‘back to square one’ and simply tried to “inject” in my mind that “Life has to move on.” I had just this one motto on my mind before my mathematics examination and it did turn out to be a great ‘success’ for me after I took my exam with a lot of confidence. After coming out of the examination hall, I was “utterly satisfied” with my performance and was relieved that I could give my ‘best shot.’ After two months of my board examinations, on the day of declaration of the results, I was blessed with 94 marks in mathematics. I was simply amused by my results, as it proved about my “hidden courage and guts.” Thus I would like to conclude this short story of myself by saying that in Life we may face a lot of consequences, disappointments and heartbreaks, but we just got to accept it and keep one thing in our mind- “Life has to move on.”
Note: 94 was also the highest he got among all subjects.