A page from personal diary of Shashank Vyas
It is true that since God can’t reach everywhere, he created mothers on earth. They are indeed the best creations. They nurture and take very good care of their children. In fact, at times kids don’t realize but their mothers’ become their best friend. I, however, always knew that my mother was my best friend.
There’s isn’t anything that I haven’t shared with my mom. Be it the best thing that happened to me or the worst moment of the day, my mother knew it all. Our bond was very special. In fact, she was the person I was the closest to and there’s no other person I have ever been as close. In fact, when I was leaving my hometown (Ujjain) in January 2009, my mother was unwell; she had low pressure in her blood. While I was busy dreaming about the city of Mumbai, I still remember she told me not to go and stay back. But I was adamant on leaving. Sadly, just the next month on 21 February, she died. And realizing how close we two were, I believe that she died because I was away from her.
It has been three years since she passed away, but there isn’t a day when I don’t think about her. More than the bad moments, I want to share my happiness with my mother. I just want her to know what all I have achieved. I wish she could see me become an actor. All the success that I have achieved seems incomplete without her. I have lost a true best friend and this void can never be filled.
All I hope is that she is watching me from heaven. I miss you, mom.