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Smriti Sharma

Abstract


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Smriti Sharma

Abstract


NOT JUST A PARABLE

NOT JUST A PARABLE

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Once upon a time, there was a planet named Parable. It was a very beautiful planet with all sorts of amazing things on it. Every single being on that planet was assigned some daily chores to perform for the smooth functioning of the planet. Thus every person on Parable was extremely essential.


Nature was the mother of all the organisms on that planet and kept a keen eye on all the activities which took place on the planet. She directed every single task of the planet with impeccable discipline and punctuality because she knew that a minor glitch in precision could lead to dire consequences. The most actively evolving people on Parable were the Goofies. They were considered the brainiest inhabitants of Parable as they were very quick learners. The Greens were the chefs and provided delicious food to everyone; the Blues had the power to quench everyone’s thirst; the Sun had the job of providing bright light for work time; the Moon soothed the exhausted souls of the Parabalians at the time of rest whereas the Goofies were empowered to make tools to lower the workloads of their planetary brothers. In this way, all the Parabalians showed immense love and devotion towards their brothers and worked together to make their home Parable pretty and peaceful.


But with time Goofies developed a sense of vanity and pride as they started to consider themselves the most intelligent Parabalians. With vanity came greed. Now the Goofies started to invent for their personal greed, overlooking Nature’s command. They made such gadgets that overused the planet’s resources instead of helping the planet. Soon they exploited almost every resource that was available on Parable. This made Nature and all the other inhabitants of Parable sad and they slowly started leaving the planet.


Seeing the planet being emptied with each passing day, Goofies got terrified. They thought that if Nature left Parable, then Parable would collapse and they would end up losing their lives. So, many Goofies started rhetorically appealing their fellow Goofies to help Mother Nature to heal as she was deeply injured by their unfair practices and do good practices to wash their sins as only they had the power to save Nature. But what they forgot was that Nature was their mother and conceived all of them. She was their creator and no creation is bigger than the creator. Thus she was much more powerful than any of them and she could easily heal herself without anyone’s help. All she wanted to be was a sincere sorry from her children and wanted them to again love their brothers like before; after all, she was a mother.


But under control of pride, the Goofies neither apologized to their mother nor loved their other brothers. Instead, they considered them above Nature and the only savior of Parable.


Mother Nature became livid due to their attitude towards her and the fellow Parabalians and with her powers conceived a demon who started eating the Goofies. Due to the fear of demon, all the Goofies hid under their roofs which automatically stopped all the malpractices done by the Goofies. This made Parable beautiful again as it healed Nature, brought all the Parabalians back, and made the Goofies realize their blasphemy toward their mother. So the Goofies finally apologized to Nature for being vain and greedy which was much more disastrous than their exploitations. Mother Nature considered their apology and called the demon back. In this way, Parable became a happy place forever after.


Try not to save the planet but yourselves because the planet is the creator and we are its mere creation and no creation can exceed the creator. So Earthians learn from Parable because it’s not just a parable”


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