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Micro-fiction: Whatever god wills

“What a day it’s been! I’ve never been this happy! ” I said to myself as I drove back home. There was magic in the brisk wind that blew past my face.

The signal turned red and I had to stop. As I stretched my arms, I saw a frightened face staring at me.

I stared back at her with a puzzled look. As I saw her finger pointing towards my bike’s headlight, I realized why.

On it was written “mashallah”

P.S. Mashallah, when translated means, “Whatever god wills”. This is a true incident that happened a few days ago. The bike I was riding wasn’t mine, but my best friend’s.

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4 Responses to "Micro-fiction: Whatever god wills"

  1. Iftekhar says:

    Good one tavish….but why was she frightened or puzzled????
    U were just riding a bike with a sticker on ur globe,many people do,wats wrong in tat lol 😉

    1. Tavish Chadha says:

      I really dont know ya… she just pointed out to the headlight… i just guessed its because of the mashallah written in Arabic there… there are many people who get scared by any sort of religious symbol… i guessed its got something to do with that…

  2. Viyoma says:

    Good one, well said!!
    But ofcourse, the same question came to my mind wht Iftekhar asked?

    1. Tavish Chadha says:

      I really dont know Viyoma… her car sped away even before I could ask her that! I can only make my assumption… hehe

      Thanks for your comments! 🙂

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