Faded Soul in Mystic Love

Updated on July 19, 2018

It was a small house afar from the town on a bank of a river. To the lightning spark that cut through the sky I could see a crooked shadow inside the home by the window. “Who lives in this abandoned home?” I began to question myself. I could see the shadow vigorously hurting something. Without delaying I rushed to the door and found a man struggling for life in the pool of blood. For a moment I couldn’t move. The next moment I just witnessed the soul of the man part his body!

Let’s go through the soul stirring story behind this suicide.

It was dark and pouring outside with lightning and roaring thunder. He never seemed to mind the weather at all. He just rushed to the pharmacy nearby and bought all the necessary medicines for his wife’s sickness. He was pharmacist a few years ago since the people started to look at him in a different angle he stopped going to work. Jack just opened the door, entered and started treating his wife with the purchased medicines. After, around two hours due to the tiresome day he just started falling asleep. It was the daylight, which woke him up. As soon as he opened his eyes he rushed to the bed to have a look at his wife. Honey wake up, you will feel much better today. See the flowers outside its spring. Wake up honey, let us go out to the park today as we used to go during our college days.

He kept on waking his wife using the kindest words he could ever use. However, he just started getting disappointed as he got no response from her. Honey he shook her hardly.

Alas! He checked her pulse and his brain told him that she is no more. However, a hope remained in the corner of his heart. According to his request the ambulance arrived. The service team rushed in with a stretcher, but all at once they looked dismayed. One of the boy in the service team asked “sir where is the patient? He replied in rage. “She’s on the bed, can’t you see?”

All at once they started leaving. While leaving one of them accused Jack "you crazy idiot, wasted our time”.
Jack was confused. However, he tried even more this time. He ran on the road leaving footprints of blood, and screamed “my wife needs help, please help!!"
Few of them came running while few took no notice of his words.
He could only hear the same words again and again, “he is crazy". It echoed all over.

It’s the next day that I’ve seen the poor soul taking his own life.

Jack was a schizophrenic patient

What happened really? ..... Jack was a schizophrenic patient. His hallucinations started since he was an adult. Throughout his life he has been living with an imaginary wife.
The society kept accusing him for his behavior, but no one bothered to find out what he is going through. If they had taken a moment to listen to him they would have saved a life.
Jack was never responsible for his sickness and his life was full of inner feelings. The people who accused him never knew how he took care of his hallucinatory wife.

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