Friday, December 31, 2010

PREVENTIVE ETHICS - A Most Meaningful Mulla Nasrudin Story

A Mulla Nasrudin Story

Mulla Nasrudin called a small boy and told him to get water from the well.

While giving the small boy an earthenware pot to get the water, Mulla Nasrudin looked into the eyes of the small boy and said, “Make sure you don’t break the pot,” and then suddenly he gave the boy a tight slap.

A shocked spectator asked Nasrudin, "Why did you hit the boy? How can you punish someone who hasn’t done anything wrong?"

“Because, you fool,” said Nasrudin, “what is the point of punishing the boy after he broke the pot...? ”

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VIKRAM KARVE educated at IIT Delhi, ITBHU, Lawrence School Lovedale, and Bishop's School Pune,  is an Electronics and Communications Engineer by profession, a Human Resource Manager and Trainer by occupation, a Teacher by vocation, a Creative Writer by inclination and a Foodie by passion. An avid blogger, he has written a number of fiction short stories and creative non-fiction articles in magazines and journals for many years before the advent of blogging. His delicious foodie blogs have been compiled in a book "Appetite for a Stroll". Vikram lives in Pune with his family and pet Doberman girl Sherry, with whom he takes long walks thinking creative thoughts. 

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1 comment:

Ricky Lien said...

Ha ha ... totally took me by surprise. But life is like that - look for the serendipities! Keep it up Vikram!