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Janki Hemani

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Janki Hemani

Abstract


The Rough Diamonds

The Rough Diamonds

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Their friendship was the most precious thing in the world. Meera and Juhi grew up together. They shared a beautiful bond which is very rare. It was difficult to believe that two people from different families could understand each other so well. While growing up, they chose different career paths. Times changed but their friendship didn't change. Distance grew but their bond was unbreakable. Juhi moved to Australia after marriage and they only met when she visited India. Meera got married to her childhood love. They both were happy in their lives until the big misunderstanding happened. 


Juhi was 9 months pregnant when she got the news of Meera's miscarriage. Meera didn't know that she was pregnant when she collapsed. The doctors said it was complicated but they were able to save her life. It was like a rebirth for Meera. Juhi was in India yet she didn't visit Meera. She explained to her that her condition was such that she didn't want to take any risks. At that time she was too scared for her baby. She had just been through a personal tragedy when her father in law passed away. She didn't have the courage to see Meera in such a difficult situation. She explained this to Meera. Yet Meera was upset when she came to know that Juhi was visiting temples but couldn't come to see her. They had an argument on chat and they didn't speak after that. Meera was really upset that her best friend didn't show up when she needed her. She never forgave her. 

Juhi made several attempts but Meera didn't respond. It was so sad to witness the breaking of a bond that was like rough diamonds. They may not sparkle as much and are mistaken as worthless pebbles. But such relationships are rare and valuable. Juhi is apologetic and hopes that one day Meera realizes that their friendship is like rough diamonds which she misunderstood as worthless pebbles. 


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