Similarly if we get some bad news from others - surely it will reach us through somebody only and we should never expect the news should be given by the concerned persons, we should write a letter in responding them.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Everyone has their sorrows gripping and shaking their minds. No matter how brave he is. There is a belief among us that grief can be prevented if the mind is strong. I have to say that it is completely wrong. Those who have the presence of mind and are stronger in mind may not show sadness in front of others. But in a place where there was no one, he would be lonely and burst into tears. They do not show sadness on their faces, but their inner mind is hurting and crying. It's just that their presence of mind doesn't show it off. Anyone who is grieving needs someone else, or others, to comfort them. It does not matter if the person is big, small, strong-minded, or low-minded.
small drops make a mighty ocean
The question which the author has raised has sold stand though but it's not feasible to all except a few people. Generally, people need support to come out from the well of sorrow. It encourages them to face all challenges. Apart from this question if you are capable enough to fight against all odds without any external support it is hundred per cent surety that you will carve a niche in the hearts of people and suppose you fall in any trouble, hundreds of people will be standing around you to extend their support with open hearts.