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The Better India

written by Dhimant Parekh on Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Socrates and Plato are in the lobby of the office, waiting to go to the car park. Plato: "It is raining." Socrates: "To use weather in order to initiate a conversation is clich├ęd." Plato: "Huh? No, it is indeed raining. " Socrates opens his umbrella and starts walking towards the car park. Plato runs after him, getting partially drenched. Socrates (walking briskly with the umbrella): "Rain is just one of the million states of the atmosphere. " Plato (trying to catch up): "Right." Socrates: "Man is just one of the million states of life." Plato: "Take a left now." Socrates looks at Plato. Plato: "Er...What a coincidence that one of the million states of atmosphere meets one of the million states of life!" Socrates: "Coincidence is just one of the million states of probability." Plato: "Greek again! Brilliant! " They get into the car and subsequently join the traffic jam on the road. PS: Dhi Only One does not blame last evening's showers for this makes-no-sense post.


Blogger sudeep said...

Hopefully Socrates and Plato reached home yesterday nite....after joining the jam!

11:23 AM  
Blogger DhiOnlyOne said...

sudeep>> Haha, hopefull. Unless they met Mr. Deve Gowda on the way.

11:38 AM  
Blogger post said...

this may not make any sense (according to you, at least), but it sure is a mind-boggling read!

11:40 AM  
Blogger DhiOnlyOne said...

kay>> :-) Mind-boggling cos its Greek? :-)

11:45 AM  
Blogger LeggyLeggedLass said...

Excellent. I have been reading this over and over again and its keeps getting more beautiful after every read.

11:57 AM  
Blogger American Pi said...

I demand Zorba the greek to be brought into the plot.

12:23 PM  
Blogger American Pi said...

Btw, this was not a mind boggling post - it was a beautiful juxtaposition of the concepts of math, philosophy and environment science.

Jai ho!

12:25 PM  
Blogger Nals said...

I like this a lot more than any other conversation that you have written between Socrates n Plato. Very good post

7:58 PM  

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