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Prayers #100words

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The little girl sat before her favourite deity-The naughty cowherd who sported a peacock feather and played haunting notes on his flute. How He defied Lord Indra and lifted mount Govardhan was her favourite tale.

“Ask Him with all your heart and He’ll surely give” her mother would tell often.

“Kanha, Amma says if it doesn’t rain this year too, we’d surely die. Is it true? But, aren’t you are more powerful than the rain God. Won’t you ask him to save us this time?”

Her tearful innocent eyes and pure devotion melted His heart.

And, it rained that night.

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100 word fiction written in response to the WOW prompt-'And it rained that night' at Blogadda.

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  1. Aww that is just such a sweet story. My daughter is also a huge Krishna Bhakt. God does listen to kids.

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    1. Thanks, Tulika..I'm a fan of the naughty cowherd too! :-)

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  2. Such an adorable tale. One that Gy would relate to completely :)

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    1. He does. When the heart that prays is pure :-)

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  4. Great one, Uma.
    That's the power of prayer!
    I had shared an inspirational story that I had read earlier about the faith of a little girl who believed that it'll rain & it rained :) Prayer & faith makes it possible...

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    1. Thank you Anita. Will hop over to read yours :-)

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