WHERE DOES GOD LIVE?
a Mulla Nasrudin Story
Someone told Nasrudin that begging was a very lucrative profession.
Eager to earn some extra money, Nasrudin wore tattered clothes and early in the morning stood outside a place of worship.
By the end of the day all he had collected were a few one rupee coins.
In sheer disgust he decided to have a drink and walked towards a bar.
As he was approaching the bar a group of people came out of the bar in high spirits, quite drunk and singing merrily. On seeing Nasrudin's tattered appearance, one of them thrust a hundred rupee note in Nasrudin's hand.
“Oh, Almighty,” Nasrudin said looking up to God, “Strange are your ways. You give one address but live in another place.”