50 Soul Stirring Stories by Shrikant Prasoon

By Shrikant Prasoon

50 Soul Stirring tales is a set of pleasant tales designed to boost the brain, loose it from distortions and attach with the internal spirit. The protagonists listed here are usual humans faced with their very own delusions, weaknesses and unaccountable wants. The tales evoke the dilemmas, soreness and weird joys of formative years and maturity.

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Nobody would argue with me on the existence of order. Just look at the rules that govern the sequences: identities, symmetries, repetitions . . S H E . But if the sequence is truly the product of chance, how can it be rule-governed? No, my dear, the rules you are talking about are an illusion. They lie entirely in our minds, not in the reality of the sequences. The “rules” testify to our ability to “discover” some structure whenever we are confronted with a series of events. We are constantly on the alert, always looking for symmetries, configurations, repetitions, patterns.

But I am afraid you’re contradicting yourself. If every number has the same probability as any other number in any draw, why should a certain number be more likely to come up than the others in a specific draw? S A L E S M A N . Because its turn is long overdue! We have been waiting for the  for a long time and it hasn’t come up yet, so it must come up soon! S H E . And why should this delay have any effect on the next draw, if I may ask? The next draw is completely independent of the previous ones.

Wait! N U R S E . What? Who are you? T H E M E D D L E R . I’m telling you, think about it. H E . About what? T H E M E D D L E R . About the fact that they pay you as a receiver but not as a donor. Since when do people pay to give something and get paid to receive something? N U R S E . Well, sometimes it happens. For instance, there ’s a tax on garbage: all citizens must pay to get rid of it, and the city is paid to collect it. H E . Right. That’s exactly why I want to be paid. If I were the one to pay, my brain would be like garbage.

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