Things happen or do not happen….

8 Aug

Things happen for reasons.

For some reason there happened to be invisible kangaroos standing on either side of the street as I walked this morning at 6 a.m. They were waiting for me to pass by them so that they could wave their hats and cheer.

Although I could not see them I knew that they were waving their fore –arms (or legs) at me as high as their kangaroo limits could allow them.

There must be a reason for sure why they chose me out of the millions of people who inhabit the world!!!

So I tried to maintain my Titoistic pride by flapping my hands – sometimes my left hand, sometimes my right hand, sometimes both hands– depending on the thickness of the invisible kangaroo crowd in my most dignified manner. I tried my best to acknowledge their presence that remained invisible because of their transparent skin, muscles and bones. (You cannot just deny something because they are transparent).

And something told me that there was a transparent cross-eyed kangaroo stepping behind me, hopping with her charming kangaroo -gracefulness with a basket of delicately chosen flowers from her invisible garden.
I needed to slow down for her sake and that was something mother would not understand.

“Tito, stop turning back and hurry. I need to cook breakfast!” for some reason she would not believe that there was this invisible cross-eyed kangaroo trying to keep up with me with her basket of delicately chosen flowers, hopping with kangaroo-gracefulness.

“What if she showed up?” I think I had a good point there. But she did not happen to show up.

Things do not happen for reasons.

Tito Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay

4 Responses to “Things happen or do not happen….”

  1. bullet August 8, 2008 at 10:28 #

    I was picturing all the kangaroos as I was reading that :).

  2. Kev August 8, 2008 at 11:23 #

    Thank you Tito, its nice to get a real change of pace on here sometimes 🙂

  3. Patrick August 11, 2008 at 17:00 #

    Those delicately chosen flowers are quite beautiful. I am not surprised that you may have wanted to see them a bit longer too.

  4. Sullivan August 15, 2008 at 02:08 #

    Tito,

    in my mind, one kangaroo has a top-hat, and another a baseball cap.

    Thanks for the post!

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