‘Human relationships are solely knit on the grounds of love’

A look back at life and what we can remember is the love we share in our relationships.

Our entire lives revolve around nothing but our families, close friends and maybe some co-workers. But just sometimes, there are people at the far end of the world whom we might have met during the course of time, who become an integral part of our lives. Every relationship, be it of any nature, runs on love and as and when, two people meet; they become a part of each other’s life journey.

Even in the fast-paced lives we live, it is the quality time we spend with our parents, children, spouse, childhood friends or neighbors, that ultimately helps us build stronger bonds and enhance our living. Materialistic gains do not and cannot give us the joie de vivre that our lives and relationships need.

Just like our bodies need blood to function, our relationships are fuelled by love. This could be a relationship with a person we like to meet or even a place that intrigues and fascinates us.

When two people cross paths, and tread some of their lives together, they become companions for life, even though they may not be physically together always. The two people are then bonded by pure love and memories that are for a lifetime!

In their attempt to spread the message of how a relationship is formed and fuelled by love, British Airways has come up with a heartwarming video based on a true story that will melt your heart. Watch a young UK-based cabin crew member bond with an ‘ordinary elderly Indian woman’ (a very relatable ‘grandmotherly’ figure) in her maiden trip to India, creating endless memories to resonate with her on all her future flights and shaping a story of care, thoughtfulness, attachment and forever love.

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Updated Date: Mar 19, 2016 12:22:18 IST

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