For several days, Shalini observed her restless husband Hitesh. When it came to work, the day used to be cut short, but at night, Shalini was baffled as to why Hitesh kept turning over in bed. She makes every effort to keep her spouse happy, but nothing changes. She often asked him for an explanation, but he would put it off and make every effort to prevent Shalini from feeling that way. But his insomnia and restlessness were unable to restrain her.
Shalini tried to comfort herself for a few days by imagining that her husband would be upset due to his job and would prefer not to engage her in his problems. But as soon as this happened frequently, Shalini began to worry about her existence. As time went on, she started to suspect that someone else had taken her place in his life. This idea eventually resulted in a communication breakdown between the two.
After Hitesh became upset, Shalini started to feel down. They began worrying about the discourse and how it was influencing their kids as well. The state of the family started to spiral out of control. She then stated to her husband one day, "When will this be over? If you're pleased with me, let me know. My life and the lives of the kids will be damaged in this way. Even your health is not something you care about. How long will all of this last, and how?"
Hearing her remarks startled Hitesh. "There is nothing like it, Shalu, he exclaimed. How are you even capable of such thinking? Yes, I'm really upset right now. I'm plagued by guilt that keeps me awake at night and during the day. Another way that I can have contributed to a crime is unwittingly or unknowingly. Just my guilt has contributed to my state."
She wiped away his tears and inquired, "So what actually happened?" Then he continued, "One day I visited my friend at the hospital. He was sick for a number of days. Near his bed, a two- to three-year-old child with a terrible ailment was also admitted. I didn't give that any thought.
The doctor then informed me that the infant urgently need blood. My blood group was the same as the one he wanted, which was impossible to find anyplace. I don't know why I didn't have the confidence to tell the doctor that you can save his life by taking my blood, even though I knew that if the child doesn't get the blood, it will be difficult for him to survive. I left and went back home, but when I returned to the hospital the next day, it was discovered that the child had died. I can't get enough of this guilt. Because of my stupidity, a kid died. The lamp could have saved someone's life if I had wanted to. Yes Shalu, I was the one who killed that youngster. I ought to have given blood that day." As he spoke, he sobbed vehemently.
Shalini comforted him once she had realised everything, telling him, "Yes Hitesh, you have committed a terrible mistake, but it is not a crime. Even so, if you view it as a crime, atonement must be made, and I will assist you in doing so. We will start making amends by giving blood on each of our children's birthdays going forward. It is stated that everything God does is for the best. Your guilt will now be helpful to many individuals in need."
Saying this she took Hitesh in her arms.