Short Stories with a difference………


  • She, a renowned artist and a strict mother, often scolded her six-year-old son for he could never draw a line straight. As he breathed slowly into the ventilator, she begged him to make one more crooked line on the ECG.
  • Everyone goes with the flow, but the one who goes against it becomes someone remarkable. Before I could explain this to the traffic police, the man issued me a fine.
  • Their love was different. She was happy every time he kicked her in the stomach. Every time he kicked she loved him more. She waited breathlessly for the time she would hold her baby for the first time.
  • At 25, I became a mother of one; at 27 I became a mother of two, and today at 55 I have become a mother of three. My son got married today, and brought home his wife.
  • Once a 5-year-old boy was standing barefoot in the shallow water of the ocean. He was repeating the same sentence to the waves, ‘Even if you touch my feet a thousand times, I will not forgive you for taking my parents away.
  • ‘You ruined my career, I was supposed to be an Executive Director,’ she thought to herself. The little angel held her finger tightly and she forgot everything; A mother was born.
  • She was very excited today, after all the school was reopening after a long summer break. Now once again, she could start selling stationery items at the traffic signal to feed her family.

    This is what life is to all of us. There is so much to learn from life and it teaches us how to love and be happy with one another no matter what difficulties come in our way.  There is always give and take and the grand essentials of life are something to do, something to love and something to hope for.  Enjoy the simplicity of LIFE. 


101 thoughts on “Short Stories with a difference………

  1. Perspective – sometimes life forces it upon us. We adapt or we resist, and that makes ALL the difference in our happiness. Good examples, Kamal.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD/EFD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to transform a world!

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  2. Reblogged this on Chai & Biscuits and commented:
    Heart-Warming! Couldn’t hold out against re-blogging…!
    You should know you’re one of the favorite blogger i look forward (Even though i don’t acknowledge it with likes or comments most the time)

    And fellow bloggers, do read and feel uplifted, and i don’t say follow this blogger, because i dont want to share this positive spirit 🙂

    Thanks again for inspiring and motivating 🙂

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    1. Oh Josh I am now really feeling overwhelmed by your beautiful words. When I post these beautiful write ups on the blog it is let all the bloggers know that we all are so blessed by our Lord who is in all of us and tells us how to live in this world peacefully, happily and loving towards one and all. Thanks so much reblogging these short stories on your blog. Have a wonderful day Josh and blessings to you from Him who knows us all.

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      1. You know Josh even if you are an atheist and do not believe in the concept of God, it is completely k. For me too I do not believe in the concept of God being caged in some religious beliefs but He sure is in each and everyone cause we are all One no difference at all. Anyways you too are such a wonderful human being. Thanks once again dear Josh.

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      1. u r prompting me to write since each of this made me visualise each occasion with loading emotions ☺️and i am honestly happy to say u r successful with the duty of a writer 👏🏻🖤

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  3. These were absolutely amazing, I love the twist you present in each and yet once read it’s not so unpredictable at all. I really enjoy reading your short stories!

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  4. Hey there ❤️ I love the stuff you post. Also, I started a blog which features and promotes writers from all over the globe hoping that people could connect through it . I would love to feature your work there. Credits will be given of course. Would love to hear your response. Thanks. Sending you love ❤️

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  5. Beautifully simple. It was interesting to see how you managed to play with my expectations so many times in one post. An intriguing perspective on the world that makes me feel like second guessing some of my judgements. It’s a clear mark of good writing when it makes you look at yourself.

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