End well to begin well.
Suzie had a very painful break up with John and took four years to prepare herself before starting dating once again. She was constantly on guard and kept thinking of John even when she was with someone else.
She had obviously had several break ups and none of them made her feel settled because she was not emotionally settled after the break up.
Fatima lost her daughter in a tragic accident. The whole family survived except her daughter. Fatima was the one driving the car. The guilt of causing her daughter’s death did not let her enjoy her relationship with her husband and other children. She kept grieving and remaining unavailable to anyone anymore.
Suren, got unceremoniously terminated from the organization he had given his heart and soul to. He could not accept the next job or assignment as his heart was with his previous team. He continued to apply for jobs half-heartedly and would either quit or get kicked out in a short while after joining. I guess, even his employers knew that he was not fully available.
These are some examples where the end was not really the end because there were incompletions.
Past incompletions add to further incompletions and eventually life becomes a series of incompletions.
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