I have gone
through this experience 3-4 years ago. Today suddenly I remembered this.
parents are purely vegetarian and my sister is half-vegetarian (No fish, egg
and chicken rarely) so naturally chicken is rarely prepared in my house, though
my Mom always insists me to bring chicken for me but I don’t get much interest.
Mostly I used to eat fish during lunch and dinner (now days I have controlled me
a lot) and chicken is cooked whenever any relative visits our house.
When we take
lunch and dinner in our own home that’s the time we get a pure satisfaction and
we totally concentrate in food, at least it happens with me.
it happened that---one day after completing my lunch with chicken as one of the
items, I felt that “Oh so quickly I have taken my lunch today” , after this I had
gone through the same feelings whenever I ate chicken in lunch and dinner. Generally
I need average 7 minutes to complete my lunch and dinner without chicken.
After going few times through the same
feelings--- “Oh so quickly I have taken my lunch/dinner today” after eating chicken as one of the
items, one day I decided that I will count the time of taking my lunch/dinner
whenever I will eat chicken in future. Then I counted the time of taking lunch/dinner
with chicken as an item and the surprising thing is----it was average 7 minutes
that generally I take without chicken.
That day I realized
the Theory of Relativity from my practical experience and yah I enjoyed it a
this what Sir Einstein said about Theory of Relativity
"To simplify the concept of relativity, I
always use the following example: if you sit with a girl on a garden bench and
the moon is shining, then for you the hour will be a minute. However, if you
sit on a hot stove, the minute will be an hour."
[Einstein and the Poet (1983) by William Hermanns]
The theory of Relativity would be understood better if I could
sit with a girl on a garden with shining moon in the sky but alas! I never got
such a girl, now you may ask to sit me on a hot stove to complete my realization
then I will surely agree…yah I will.
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