365 days Writing Prompt: Teleport

If you could travel to any location in the universe– where would you travel and why.

I would like to travel to an unknown place, where like that song I learned in school, where never is heard a discouraging word and the sky is not cloudy all day.

It would be awesome to live somewhere where there are no evil people killing innocent women to prove they are strong, robbing the inhabitants of their joy of a good life.

If someone could assure me there is such a place in the universe, I’d pack up and leave instantly never to return to see or hear about the horrific crimes committed by monsters who have no love for someone else’s life.

Can we expect to see this in our world, can we wipe away crime, get rid of dishonest people, who are parasites, maybe someday when the world  undergoes  a monumental change where the criminals are put away for good. This is a universe I’d like to see, I wouldn’t have to move anywhere but stay where I am!!

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4 thoughts on “365 days Writing Prompt: Teleport

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this post about the possibility of a Marghdeen. I am a believer in it. And your post here depicts you too as a believer in it.

    As you know, Iqbal shared with us: “Given character and healthy imagination, it is possible to reconstruct this world of sin and misery into a veritable paradise.”

    I take that literally. I believe it. I respect those who don’t believe it. I do not, though, allow them to dissuade me from believing in the possible.

    With character and healthy imagination, I will walk by your side, hand in hand, to help create a world wherein the needs of a parasite are met and the jails are turned into food kitchens since there will be no more criminals to occupy them.

    Side by side, hand in hand, we can walk.

    All good wishes,

    robert

    • Wonderful,I like the part where you said some may not believe in a paradise on earth,while you respect
      their wishes, they cannot make you change your mind.

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