and I thanked my destiny for not playing a sadistic joke on me with that likeness to Bram Stoker’s gothic fiction, as it had begun to look….
This world is not a fight between good and bad/evil as the stories (Literary or religious) make us believe. Its a constant…
An interesting read…
Maybe if people started looking at each other with love rather than looking above all the time for some “old man in the sky” love; this planet would be a paradise here and now rather than a hell hole it has become because of stupid devotion to some emptiness above us and hatred for the living forms in front of us.
I hope the present government turns out to be more prudent in coming years and take further steps to quash this menace of fake currency. The cashless society would be a welcome step in that direction.
The poverty doesn’t go away by crying out loud “Ammko Gareebi mittana aee” for 60 years. It goes away by doing the right things and doing it in such a way that it has long term benefits and not short term power retaining objectives. The counterfeit currency is one such tool by which you destroy the economy of another country by devaluation and inflation without firing a single bullet.
The situation is pretty much clear on one hand and confusing on the other. The rest of the world see it as the choice between the slow poison and the electric chair. The eventuality in both the cases is pretty much same; only the duration of time is what matters.
He woke up with a heavy head and looked around him and found three women sitting near the altar and performing some pagan ritual.