DAY 247 (The story of a tribe..)

There was this group of people who used to meet once in every week. It was necessary to meet for them because of a forgotten illogical vow that they took when they met each other for the first time. The group started increasing in size and it became a tribe. The head of the tribe (let's call him "Guruji") started leading the people. When they used to meet, they thought they will talk about common topics. For example, who is new in the tribe, who left the tribe, what should we do in our tribe to make our group stand-out from other tribes,etc.

But Guruji thought otherwise. People used to come with high hopes to Guruji every week and try not to sleep/wander away in the discussions. Guruji starts every meeting with "how are you doing" and ended at "how you should be doing".

Guruji, as per his title, liked to read and implement philosophies in his life. Problem started when he became philosophical in those meetings and started to share everything he saw/read/heard from his awareness. Tribe members tried to be a part of his thoughts but most of them were too young or rather too happy to go down to that road. The rest few were too blind/afraid to think otherwise too.

Once, in one of these meetings, a young tribe member suggested we should discuss something new today. Something which makes more sense, is more realistic and doesn't have a moral science conclusion.

Guruji got offended and asked the young member to prove his point. The young one suggested to implement the idea first and then try to prove it. But Guruji discarded the young fellow by saying his suggestions are too trivial and makes no sense.

Interestingly, all the members of the tribe heard this conversation and they understood how double-faced and self-centred Guruji is. Now the problem was to find a new leader. The tribe kept on searching for long but couldn't find a worthy leader. Do you know why?
Because they all were trying individually. Had it been a team-spirit, Guruji would have been long replaced and the tribe would have lead a healthy and long life.

Well... the sad part is that even today, Guruji leads the tribe and there is nothing that has changed except a dull day of the week and a clueless group who doesn't know why are they wasting 2 hours of their week for this illogical discourse.

Had it been that any of you are a part of such tribe, please don't waste your time and energy over such frauds as it will come back to your home and family and will spread like a virus to your forthcoming generation. Hope you take an immoral lesson from this story.

The End.

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