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Philosophical Stories


Bipin

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December 2nd 2016  |  0  |  Category: Moral , Philosophical , True Stories  |  Author: Mintu Ghoshal  |  208 views

He was the barber in our village named Rabindranagar. Technically speaking Rabindranagar was not a village until one walked another one third of a kilometer towards the Behala Flying Club and crossed a canal. My father used to call him Bipin and we used to call him Bipinda. On rarest of rare occasion if he ever had to address my mother, he addressed her by “Didimoni” but my mother never called him by any name ever. We used to sit on a brick while he used to cut hair. If …

 

Horse of Arjuna

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November 28th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Inspirational , Moral , Philosophical  |  Author: Mintu Ghoshal  |  204 views

He asked the Charioteer Vasudeva to stop the chariot at one corner of the battlefield of Kurukshetra where he found a stream of water and a piece of land covered with long green grass. He freed the horses from the chariot and took them near the stream. While the animals remained engaged in drinking water from the stream he walked near the grass land, took out the sword from the scabbard and started collecting the softest possible grass for his horses. He carried those on his shoulder and kept near …

 

Dig Deep and Come Up Heavy

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July 5th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Inspirational , Philosophical  |  Author: geedda  |  437 views

“If wishes were horses, beggars would ride,” is from an old English proverb. IF is a small word with a tremendous meaning. If I had taken a different road when I was young, I would be a millionaire today. How many times have you heard that one? If I had married the boss’s daughter, I would now own the company. If I had invested that hundred dollars in the copper stock, I would be rich today. If, if, if…a small word with a powerful meaning. IF is akin to another …

 

Chill Winds

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April 4th 2016  |  0  |  Category: Fiction , Inspirational , Philosophical , Tragedy  |  Author: Petah  |  693 views

I met Mrs. Johnson for the first time at the arrival gate of North West Airline. The airport was somber and empty, maybe due to the fact that it had been raining for eight straight days in coastal Washington. I spent those long days in a monotonous existence with only one task at hand; at a very precise hour I took a white pill, followed by a green pill, a yellow pill, half a blue pill, an orange pill, and a red pill. I had heard of rumors of Mrs. …

 

Fall that changed my life

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April 2nd 2016  |  1  |  Category: Adventure , Philosophical , Thriller  |  Author: Sri Harsha  |  523 views

Falling, I am falling. Not in life, not in career but from hell to heaven. After a series of events, fortunate or unfortunate, I was on a plane for the first ever sky dive to exterminate the doldrums of routine. Less I expected the pinnacle twist of my predictable life. Sweaty arms, thumping heart, excited grin and adrenaline filled body couldn’t have never foreseen the drastic leap of my future. I discovered myself floating away from the plane after an unexpected jerk of the plane, without a parachute. Horror doomed …

 

Superman

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August 26th 2015  |  0  |  Category: Philosophical , Suspense , Thriller  |  Author: Mitch  |  4550 views

Nate Leipert was of the privileged class. His father, a descendant of powerful German-Jewish bankers, was CEO of a major financial institution; mother, a long-ago debutante, was the founder of a social media giant. The family’s main residence was a huge, elegant brownstone in the Columbia Heights section of Brooklyn Heights. Of course, the estate in Marin County, California and the mansion in Kensington Palace Gardens, London were no less impressive than the Brooklyn abode. Nate, a handsome, arrogant young man of 16, was an honor roll senior athe best …

 

The Quarter Life Paradox

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July 14th 2015  |  0  |  Category: Moral , Philosophical , Romantic Love  |  Author: Pomil Bachan Proch  |  1257 views

On a hazy Monday morning, you smash your alarm clock as it forces you to break up with your slumber. As you rub your eyes, a raging inferno starts building in your head. That sins that you committed over the weekend makes you want to question your sanity. The Nirvana that you attained the previous night now plays like a bad metal song in your head. As you put on your rugged jeans, the smart phone comes to life. A few casual keystrokes and you see it is an unknown …

 

Cells

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February 20th 2015  |  0  |  Category: Adventure , Drama , Fiction , Horror , Philosophical , Suspense , Thriller  |  Author: Joe  |  1395 views

The cold steel around her wrists was almost paralyzing. Her head felt like it was spinning out of control from being jerked so hard backwards. The light felt like it was piercing straight through her head. It wasn’t that bright, it was more that they just weren’t accustomed to the fluorescent bulbs above. “Where am I?” Lisa whispered. She tried to rub her eyes, but the cold steel around her wrists restrained her reach as she heard chain links tightening and pulling taught on the table. She yanked on them …