I started this series a few days back. I know you are lazy so here is the link to the first one. And now comes the second one.
A little girl was diligently pounding away on her grandfather’s word processor. She told him she was writing a story.
“What’s it about?” he asked.
“I don’t know,” she replied. “I can’t read.”
This was one of the oldest joke I read or heard. But it was a bit different. There instead of little girl an illiterate person used to say that. There is a huge difference between both. You’ll never call the later one as innocence. You’ll call him a dumb person or at least you’ll say illiterate. But not to that girl.
The curiosity during this age is at the highest level. The girl wants to know how to type and how it works. I am not going through other 9998 questions which will make thousands of questions. I don’t have that much brain power. The girl does have. In fact all little angels (or devils in my case at least) have this curiosity. They dare to do things on own to cure the curiosity.
Do you?? I’m many times afraid to go for new things unless under guidance. That is most probably when things are not related to my field. Or things which I’m not confident of. I wish I still had the guts like that of girl. She doesn’t have to worry about word processor.
While reading I found some really interesting and funny questions. When I was a kid, I hammered a lot of questions. And I think most of the kids do that. Especially the new generation kids. They are just too much. I have to shut my mouth in front of them. They are over smart and have answer to every question.
This is just one the questions from that list. I’ll put others in coming posts.
My grandson was visiting one day when he asked,
“Grandma, do you know how you and God are alike?”
I mentally polished my halo while I asked, “No, how are we alike?”
“You’re both old,” he replied.
I wonder where did that kid saw God. In India we believe that kids are close to god. And may be because of that he must have seen him. The timing and thinking behind this thought makes me go crazy. How can a kid like that think that?? May be it’s a kid stuff. But certainly not for me. (I’m a kid then???????? :p )
So this little series of posts will last for this month only. There are some 6-7 such questions. I want all of them to be here. Let’s see if I can think more nonsense than the kids. I cannot guarantee that I’ll be the winner. But will give a tough fight to them.. 😆
Truth always wins in the end. But then there is no time left for celebration. That’s because it’s the end. And you cannot make the end to start again. This happens in Films though. Where after “The End” in the next show the film starts again. But that’s not the case with life. it ends when “The End” comes.
Imagine an innocent person. Innocent as a small child who is completely unaware of this world. But this innocent person is at least aware of it. So Just Imagine… Somehow he charged against a crime and gets punished for it. He gets jailed. he still believes in truth and wants to fight against it. It is very difficult to fight against lie and injustice from jail.
But then he manages to do that also. He fights… And fights… And fights harder. The law process as we all know is very slow. So he wins and 20 years are gone there. As I said the truth won as usual in the end. But what’s left for that person?? How will he live the rest of the life after loosing 20 years for nothing.
Lets say he wins after 2 years. Due to all the controversies around him that person will hardly have any social status. Although he is innocent but the so called society does not want to accept a criminal who actually is no criminal at all. So even if it’s 2 years the result remains the same.
Now what if the truth wins at start?? In the first hearing or the second. The things change. No one looks at him as criminal and he can live a normal life. But that will happen if we all choose the path of truth. If there is all truth around and very little lie then truth will always win from start.