Wednesday, 31 July 2013

God Was Toothless That Day...


They always said God lies in every innocent smile.  I promised that old woman before St. Antony’s Shrine, Kaloor to buy candles. After the novena, I found her nowhere. After a long search I found her struggling to sell the packets. I bought a packet and got a beautiful and innocent toothless smile in return.



(Linking this to Ultimate Blog Challenge  & To the 55 Fiction Prompt, based on the theme love)  

34 comments :

  1. Indeed God resides in every innocent smile. Nice little story.

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  2. There are angels everywhere.

    Thank you for the reminder.

    Missy Bell
    www.PeaceAndHappinessProject.com

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    1. Yeah...and the strangest thing that happened is...i never saw that woman again...

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  3. I loved this. It's such a beautiful story in just 55 words.

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  4. True God is toothless whenever I see a baby smiles!

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    1. wow...nice interpretation Udaya...good one

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  5. Great image of the old woman!

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  6. Wow! how much an be said in 55 words. Nice one!

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  7. That's a great one Sreedev. Yes, angels are everywhere

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  8. That is so sweet and touching, beautifully woven in 55.

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  9. Beautiful...it's our faith that finds God anywhere and in any form...God Bless

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  10. In 55 words you gave us the perfect message. What a wonderful story :)

    Richa

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  11. This is so sweet! Brilliant story Sreedev!

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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  12. Nice story Sreedev.. and well narrated in 55 words :)

    - Vaisakh

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  13. never thought 5 lines could tell a story. good one :)

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  14. Very sweet story and nice lesson. God is truly everywhere and yet we keep searching for Him.

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    1. Well said Suzy...I am glad that, though the message was indirect, I was able to convey the same...Thank you

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  15. Sree, this happened with you, huh? Nice :)

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  16. Hi Sreedev, there's a Liebster for you here : http://solitarytravels.blogspot.in/2013/08/my-first-liebster-award.html

    :)

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  17. hey Sreedev, a beautiful story with a lesson:)
    Cheerz

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