The Wall

Hey guys,

We’re Aitijya and Kiara. We’re something like pen friends- never met, never seen each other, we’ve just been talking through mails and WhatsApp chats. We started talking about a year ago and we’ve kind of realized that everyone goes through things in life. Both of us have had lots of stuff going on in our lives, some we’ve shared; most we haven’t. But what we’ve gained from this far away friendship of ours is that when you have someone to listen to, your pain becomes easier to be dealt with. So this blog is a wall where we’ll scribble stories of people who go through things, who’ve seen life at its worst, or haven’t. Who are we to judge?

We are no magicians. Please don’t get us wrong. We probably won’t be able to help you.

We are but listeners.

Maybe, by reading these stories you’ll know that you’re not alone. We know right now you feel alone. Don’t want to live. Suffering. In pain. Tell us. Share.

You will know you are not alone.

You will know that we are here for you, people are here for you and all of us will give you a hand when you’re falling apart and you need someone to pull you up.

So yeah, email us your story. Share your life or learn from others, this is a place for everyone who needs that one motivation to keep living another day and for those who don’t.

We are here.

We care.

We listen.

And we can love.

You are an important part of this story. We need you. This world needs you. The wall will remember you.

It does not judge.

Love,

Aitijya and Kiara.

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Author: Aitijya Sarkar

You know that bright little star next to the moon? The one you've never really noticed for some reason. That's me.

6 thoughts on “The Wall”

  1. Good work , dude …
    what a nice platform you are about to build !!
    This is the finest way to do a lot for the souls which have so many stories to share , to tell and to find comfort out of sharing it !!

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  2. Guys you r doing a nice job. It really fascinates me to write something, but basically i ryt poetry. May u like them.

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    1. Hey Raghav. Thank you for your kind words.
      If you want to email me your work, I would love to read your poetry sometime. 🙂

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