Once upon a time, in the 21st century, there lived a Scholar. He had mastered all the Vedas and Puranas. The scholar had a magical time-table, which instructed him how, when, what, where, to lead his life. He expected his spouse to follow his path. Those who were not willing to buy his ideologies were looked down upon and were ridiculed by him.
The scholar blindly followed the theory of the positive and negative energy and its impact on human beings.
Now, if he was in a trying situation, he assured himself that the good Lord was guiding him through the trying times and thus it was positive energy working on him. But then, if somebody else was in a trying situation, he would immediately react that it’s the result of their negative energy.
(Half-baked-knowledge is always detrimental, says some fool).
As the days passed, he was married to a brilliant girl, whom he longed to get married.
Fate had written its own screenplay for the scholar.
The scholar’s wife wanted to fly high, explore and experiment. She wanted to tweet in things outside the timetable. Alas, the scholar was annoyed and disapproved of her dreams.
The scholar had become a fault finder, by now.
Then the most awaited occurred. The scholar’s wife delivered twin babies; a baby boy and a baby girl.
It was time to rejoice. But, the scholar was upset.
When the wife enquired, he said, “It’s the result of your negative energy, you delivered through a C-section, and thus, you are not a complete woman”.
One could hear the mourning of a relationship.
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