According to modern culture and ideology all this may all seem to be whimsical. I grew up where my parents had always thought me to have an open mind about everything. But when parents become hypocrites of their own words and teachings, it makes a person doubt one's trust in their parents.
My relationship started with the truth and ended with a lie. I had met her at a wedding. I wanted to know her so I began to talk to her. At first we were acquaintances, then we became friends for a short while, and later we (may be I should say "I") had fallen in love. During the time that I had started to know her, I had also established a friendship with her brother. When we saw each other, we had always exchanged greetings and talked a little bit. I made excuses to meet his brother, when in reality; I just wanted to see her. For three years I continued to do this. When she learned to use email, I got her email address, and I emailed her. For two weeks we had emailed each other back and forth. I was always afraid to tell her what I felt. But she knew that I liked her from what I wrote to her. She couldn't wait anymore for me, so she just told me that she loved me. Then I had done the same. Emailing... [continues]
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