Friday Anecdotes 21.4.17

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“There was a time when we mocked their beliefs!” the professor said, adjusting his tie to ease his neck. Perspiration was forming on the forehead of students and teachers alike. There was a ruckus going on in the college, two kids were caught kissing in the bushes, both were boys! Had one of them been girl things might not have become this tumulus … but what is reality is reality!

Majority of teachers were liberal, but the parents and quite a huge number of students were not. The professor was talking about tribals, the mural behind him had one in it.

“We mocked and taunted on their fondness of powers of nature, worshipping them, showing gratitude to them!” he said, “We destroyed their cultures. Then with time we realized how much spontaneous was their devotion, how deeper was their wisdom selfless was their thinking.”

“John Lennon sang in 19th century…Imagine no possession, I wonder if you can! Sioux Red Indians did not believe in material possessions, millenniums prior to that!”

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2 thoughts on “Friday Anecdotes 21.4.17

  1. Pingback: re-blogged: India’s tribals ~ like Sioux “Indians” | Ecosonance

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