As a child, my dadi would tell me not to whistle in the night because whistling would attract dangerous snakes that roamed around in the darkness. I was told not to cut my nails after dark, to not enter temples during my periods and to stay away from black cats. But when as a 15 year old I whistled long into the night, no snakes turned up. Instead my Dad turned up with a strict tone warning me that he’d throw me out of the house if I didn’t sleep and let him sleep in silence. I learned to love black cats, entered the gurudwara during my periods and I have always remembered to cut nails only in the night
By experimenting with truth I started observing the irrationality in many beliefs like astrology or numerology of which I used to be a fan of back in my college days. I knew one uncle who would always make investments if the name of the company was equal to 9 as per numerology. Sadly, I have never seen any of these investments succeed even after he did puja after puja and prayed to Goddess Lakshmi day and night.
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