People often make strong assertions of their love for one or the other person. They can recount what they have done and what they have tolerated in their love relation. They have perhaps suffered social criticism and faced opposition. They remember all these things to their minute details. Many are proud of their efforts and emotion while some may also be repentant at having wasted the precious years of their life. Sometime back I had read the following incident somewhere, which describes the depth of true love.
Early in the morning, a man with wounded hand came running to a doctor. The cloth wrapped on the hand was blood-wet which showed that the wound was still bleeding. Finding the doctor busy with some other patient, the man asked the doctor to quickly attend to him as he was in a hurry. Finding the doctor a little hesitant, the man prepared to go. The doctor yielded. After dressing his wound the doctor asked him to come the next day for dressing.
“I don’t know. She seems to have lost her memory and can’t recognise me.”
The doctor was surprised. Is this man a fool to make all this chaos for the one, who does not even recognise him? The doctor said, “Then why do make all this fuss when she does not even know you.”
“Doctor, she does not know who I am, but I do know that she is my wife.”
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