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Well, it depends.
When I was in an unbearable situation almost 7 months ago, I didn’t have any idea what will happen next.
I had to go through some mental pain; but eventually, I got out of that tragedy and became an even better version of myself.
So, in this sense, Time cures.
But was the “Time” only ingredients for me?
I don’t think so.
If the process wasn’t right, if I didn’t have that eagerness to got out of that pain; time only couldn’t help me.
So, time doesn’t cure alone, but the strive and hunger to do better is.
Like millions of humans, I face family issues often.
Time cures most of the issues and silence cures the rest (if mutual understanding doesn’t work out).
But again, giving the events a mature time and trying to talk cures the initial pain (though it happens often and I can’t say its a permanent cure).
That means, time doesn’t cure anything alone. There must be something that can affect the moments, events and the time itself to yield something positive (which we call cure).