The Trappist: Majede Motalebi ~~ Majede Motalebi

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The Trappist: Majede Motalebi by Majede Motalebi
Ringing sounds of Saint Salvatore bells awakened my lord. People are not awakened but by the sound of a bell. We dogs have our own logic such that logic is a tool to protect the mind against errors. Humans have no choice but to apply "deduction" for reaching a certainty and conclusion but one can barely find a dog disturbing its mind by seeking for cause and effect. Humans need ontological, cosmological, ulterior and ethical reasons for proving existence of their Lord. They follow the chain of causes to make their imaginations, hallucinations and fancies believable, and also, to enable worshiping of their God. A dog like me undoubtedly believes in the stroke of my lord's affectionate hand and his existence "as my God" even if he feeds me with a thin skin of a goat's intestine. Respectfully, I am a dog; brought up courteously as such. I am one of the humble and mute artists in the circus. This story is derived based upon life adventures of the "Trappist," my dear lord Full Synopsis
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