Life teaches us to face pain, failure, and sorrow. All of us, at some point, are broken or wounded.
Our scars arise from tragic circumstances like the loss of a loved one, an abuse, a neglect, or a betrayal. In gaining those injuries and battling them, we become true humans.
Sufferings are unpleasant but, brings wisdom and strength, empathy and modesty. And the struggles of overcoming suffering and distress are what make stories so necessary.
CALCUTTA IN SHORTS, states how people are forced to become refugees, against their desire. Their misery and suffering to exist like a civilized individual.