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Tags: Fate, God, Fall, Life

i don't know about the genre. a very short story.

Submitted:May 6, 2013    Reads: 31    Comments: 3    Likes: 1   

Coconut fall

I went to my mother's house, as I used to on summer vacations. I never liked to sit at home, decided to go out and play cricket with my cousin and his friends. We were about 11, split ourselves into two teams. I was in the team, which was been batting. The stump flew in air on the second ball, I got out unluckily. Since there was not enough players to play, I set back and became the keeper, that over finished off. Our score four runs in loss of one wicket. What an Unlucky fellow I am. As I have expected to give a good start with the bat. Then, suddenly, I felt some bird have sat on my head and flew away; it was not that pain full yet, as if in dream. I do not know what was been happening everyone staring at me, am feeling my head bit heavy now. Later I noticed a coconut near my left angle. I realized and said "something fallen on my head please help please help". At that time, I taught am goanna die. I said this to one of my friends, looking back, it is funny. After a little laugh, He said what would have happened if jackfruit fell instead of apple on Newton's head, there must not be Newton's law on science textbooks. You all are actors, mere actors of the well-scripted play of almighty. He decides everything. He decides when you should be born; he even decides whether you should be born, from your mother's womb. When you die's, how you dies. He decides, or had decided what should happen next. Sometimes people never agree, they say hard work decides your fate. Alternatively, they say he decides his fate. No never, god is of so supernatural powers that he controls your mind as he may decide. "Let that boy work hard from now so he passes his exams". On the other hand, he thinks "let he start drinking and become irresponsible". At the end, every decision made by you and practiced, is the decision already made by him. Even though you say, "I worked hard hence succeeded". It is not am writing this; actually, he uses me. I wrote this on an afternoon sitting in front of T.V nothing to do. My friend rang me up and said check your mail so I opened my pc checked mail. Something went wrong I was not able check that out. Therefore, I opened 'word' and started writing hoping to finish it soon. See it is over now. However, I do not know the answer of this question.

"What is the difference between God and Fate?"


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