There are two ways of exerting one’s strength: one is pushing down, the other is pulling up.
~ Booker T. Washington
In the following story, you see both pulling up and pushing down take place. It never fails to amaze me to see the disadvantaged pulling down other disadvantaged.
When something like this happens, one tends to agree that everything happens for a reason.
The story does not stop there. There has been collateral damage for someone too.
8 thoughts on “Synchronicity At It Again.”
Incredible ! Now for the story of how this boy from Bareilly appeared in Pune ! Ironical that the McDonald outlet was on JUNGLEE Maharaj Rd ! 🙂
Truly incredible. Even Bollywood would be amazed.
Hit ’em where it hurts – the bank account. And hooray for the family and the boy
shackman recently posted..Travails of city life
The family has sent photographs and I will post an update when the final news appears about the boy.
Great story. Yay for the woman! I’m afraid one of my strongest impressions of India was the extreme class-consciousness — it made me uncomfortable when I was there in 1965. I’m glad it seems to have changed as much as it has.
Cheerful Monk recently posted..Friendly Police?
CM, we have, class, caste, religion, language and region consciousnesses as well and overriding them all gender too!
Interesting story, but please somebody take pity on Remana and purchase him a new dictionary… His seems to have only one word left these days: Synchronicity. Next he will be serving Synchronicity soup for lunch!
Grannymar recently posted..Pay It Forward
Point made GM. For some time I shall use serendipity instead.
Comments are closed.