We Chat – We Explore – We Salute

15 06 2013

We Chat – We Explore – We Salute


You invited Woody Allen, Kamal Hassan, Haruki Murakami, George Bailey, James Stewart, Sekhar Kammula to the group chat

Hello Boys – You

Woody – I don’t understand young men today, what with their long hair
and pierced noses, feels like I’m in a circus, only the animals are
replaced with accessories.

Haruki – Don’t you underestimate the power of circus Woody. Thanks to the
mental ability of these people we are living in a more peaceful
world. We have successfully bypassed the third world war.

Woody – How do you describe a human without the blood to fight? Nauseous.
Well, you can as well call him Nazi-less. I certainly hope our dear
friend Kamal has an opinion to share with us.

Kamal – Gentlemen, abetting violence can take us back to History Channel.
No, that is not what we want. We need to guard our little resources
which I in disgust say is mankind today.

Woody – And who do we have to guard them from?

Kamal – My guess is humans themselves.

Woody – I usually disagree but I nod my head for this statement.

Haruki – You know this is a hard time for us all. We love ourselves and our
family yet we slide down to the tunnel of motionless death.

Kamal – George just showed us how each man’s life touches so many other
lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole. What bad can a
rose spread but its good fragrance… What harm can a man think of
but a smile that can leave an impression.

George – Thank you Kamal for bringing me into the picture. Yes, Clarence
taught me a lesson, didn’t he? He in fact taught us all a beautiful
lesson. If we can’t help each other, it’s best to stay away from
the situation than aggravate it.

Sekhar – No, George. Help is not a fruit that you can give a person when he
is hungry, it has to be a tree whose shade can provide him shelter
anytime he wants.

James – But as George said you can’t always help a person. I mean if there
is a way, I’d like to know.

Kamal – Yes, Sekhar, would you kindly enlighten us.

Woody – Have you read the holy texts with the glossary in the back?

Haruki – To stop a man’s progress, he has to belong to the oddball category.

Sekhar – Haha Woody… I wish I did… My theory is simple and plain. It also
comes with illustrations.

Woody – Spill the beans Mr. Kammula.

Sekhar – I think we should stop petty crimes first. From then on, we need to
curb larger crimes. You build a hut, then see if you can build a palace.
That’s my theory.

Woody – Will the crime scene disappear in the near future? I suggest we do
not approve this plan. You wait a trillion years, your problem will
still have no solution. What do you say Kamal, tell him it’s not
going to work… We… we… we… I say we invert the theory.

Kamal – Sekhar, hut or palace, we need to see what we are building it with.

James – Woody, nobody has a clear idea of what’s happening here.

Haruki – Death is a form of selfish sacrifice. It invites lust, lust to give in.
Have you ever seen a thing that goes round in circles, the circle
is splendid, you don’t find a sharp object outside the circle. Life
in a similar fashion has to run in a circle, not divulging or discussing
the sharp objects that distract the path.

Woody – Won’t you ever say something in short sentences? Wouldn’t
love life, women and sex substitute what you said.

Kamal – I believe we are fighting for a piece of bread. It’s time we fight for
Peace. I would have loved to say derecognise religions but that’s far
from what everybody wants. I sincerely support the cause of peace
hence we all need to breathe free air, free from any vicious substance
like Clarence said it’s a wonderful life, it’d be a mistake to throw it
We’ll map out a borderless world for our wonderful lives.

Haruki – Life is full of worries. To evade them, we need to evade life altogether.

Sekhar –   🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

Woody – God, save us, if you can.

George – Thank you Clarence. Thank you Kamal. It’s nice to hear that.

James – At the moment I’m smoking my favourite with the angels, oh don’t you
Gentlemen worry… The angel has wings. Thank you WeChat, you
brought me back. 🙂

This post is for the Indiblogger Contest.

Link to WeChat’s Youtube Channel – WeChat’s Youtube channel.



2 responses

17 06 2013

As a character in your conversation says… ‘Help is not a fruit that you can give a person when he is hungry, it has to be a tree whose shade can provide him shelter any time he wants.’ Well, hope to see you too be like this tree and giving your comments on what others write in ‘The Real Fiction’… 🙂

All the best for the contest.

Arvind Passey

17 06 2013

thank you… will do…

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