The Runaway Groom 2

Now, on the other hand, Rupali’s family couldn’t believe what happened. They were out of senses as to how could a poor family like theirs get a marriage proposal from such a well-to-do family of Jaimin’s. Rupali fell short of words and thoughts. Rupali is a free spirit girl but with limited resources. I’ll explain the reason why.

Rupali lost her father in her early childhood. Their family became incomplete and suddenly her mother became the head of the family and a single parent. The road ahead was full of obstacles for her as she had to run the house as well as raise her daughter in a way that she becomes disciplined as well as free and independent enough to stand for herself and her bright future. And so did happen. With God’s grace and her mother’s untiring efforts, Rupali became a young girl full of talent, discipline and respect for her culture and tradition. She is raised right and is confident enough to speak out the truth and express herself no matter what. All in all, they possessed riches in the form of confidence and self-respect but not in wealth and assets. However, they were two satisfied beings finding their joy in even the smallest of things and achievements.

To talk about Jaimin, he would speak nothing but believed in doing. But this habit of his was misunderstood by his own family. He has always believed in hard work and perseverance, of course taught by his parents; but they literally took him for granted. Jaimin believes in love, especially love at first sight, but he will never express himself. He is an engineer by profession and along with his father runs a private engineering firm. For them, the Money Goddess has always been blissful and they are quiet wealthy in terms of wealth, assets, dedication, hard work and self-attained achievements.

Noticeably, both Rupali and Jaimin are poles apart but then they have numerous similarities too. Nobody knows how will they match up with each other but hopefully they’ll tag along well. This is what people believe in both their families except both of them themselves.

Family is undoubtedly important but along with that your own self is equally important. If you don’t stand up for yourself, nobody else will. You have to believe in what you are and what you can, because at the end, this is what that matters, nothing else; no wealth, no asset, no outer beauty and no mannerism.

Will Jaimin and Rupali cope well with each other? The Runaway Groom 3 follows soon…

Rise and shine.

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“Rise and Shine” is my life long-standing "Mantra" that I follow. I am a travel enthusiast. Travelling gives me energy and rejuvinates me, while writing relieves my stress and creates positive vibes within. I believe in making every little contribution towards making this world a better place for the coming generations to live in and breathe free. We should all understand and accept the fact that we are blessed with this existence as humans and utilize this bliss to help the unprivileged by making maximum humanitarian efforts. Gratitude is a bliss. Never miss a chance to express your gratitude especially towards the amazing God gift called "Nature". Have courage and be kind to others. Respect and discipline should be your master armours to fight the evil of overconfidence and arrogance. Chase your dreams, stand for and by yourself, spread love and kindness, act smart, don't let others ruin you in anyway and above all make all necessary efforts to rise and shine bright. Self-respect and self-confidence along with kindness and generosity should be the values by which people should reognize and remember you. Rise and Shine.

3 thoughts on “The Runaway Groom 2

  1. “If you don’t stand up for yourself, nobody else will. You have to believe in what you are and what you can, because at the end, this is what that matters, nothing else; no wealth, no asset, no outer beauty and no mannerism.”

    Very well said dear.. truth of life… so curious to read other parts of story!

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