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Proper Interpretation Of A Story Essay

951 words - 4 pages

Know that it can not really be considered as a proper interpretation of the story! and there are
lots of other things about it which are better left unsaid !!!
In this corporeal world, there are some people who know their God from the early moments
of their life. They know him instinctively and will be knowing him till the day they die. They never
ever doubt about the truth of his entity. They do not need to look for him. Because to them, he
is so tangible. They never need to seek God for peace, since they always live the most
peaceful life! And they have their God portecting them. Even if they are asked about God they
have really not so much to say. These are not saints but ...view middle of the document...

Always asking and asking and asking,... the more they
ask about him the less they find out!!! but they never give up,... and sometimes they find some
answers that satisfy them for some time,... but after that they need some other theory about
their creator. They feel they are unable to stand without that support and solace. So each of
them feels they must have a God. The narrator of the story is one of them. He has put some
wood into the fireplace. And sit behind it to get warm. He is now satisfied with the fire that is
burning, but does not know anything about tomorrow! Will it be colder? He never knows and till
tomorrow never asks! He has made his God for tonight anyway! He thinks he has found his
God and he will be warm all the winter in his home in company of this kind and selfless God.
This winter is the history of humankind, during which we all live and when we die we'll be
enjoying the eternal warmth of spring! But before that we have to stay alive getting warm. We
have to have a God!
But, he understands that some happy snowflakes are rushing to the ground, to the end of
their lives! yes! He sees it is snowing outside and it's cold. But he can never know why in that
cold place (out of his home) those snowflakes are living happily! while they have nothing to get
warm! He knows that there are some people...

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