Wednesday, October 10, 2012

The mind works


It was a vegetable I have never cooked, but the moment I saw it, I knew I had to bring it home. While paying for it, in one moment of clarity, I felt the taste of a dish I haven’t had for over a decade. Without even knowing what the vegetable tasted like, I resolved to make something similar.
On getting home, I started trying to identify the vegetable using google. On an impulse, I typed in the name of the dish I got the taste of, and it was just that.
Isn’t it strange how the mind sometimes works?
“Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous.” 
― Albert EinsteinThe World as I See It


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This is the fourth year that I am going to be a part of NaBloWriM. The Plan is to elaborate (in 100 words) on a quote that touched my heart- let's see how far this takes me. If I can tie it in with the writing prompt, so much the better!

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

Natasha - Oh, how interesting! Your mind made that connection through your sense of taste! That's absolutely fascinating and you got some delicious food out of it, too :-)

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