This is a story of Milk and Mulla Nasruddin.
Moral(s) of the story: foolishness
One day Mulla Nasiruddin was going somewhere when he met a man who was carrying a large milk can. The man wished Mulla Nasiruddin and said, “Mullaaji, I have a problem. Would you be kind enough to provide me a solution?” Mullaa Nasiruddin willingly consented to hear him out as he was eyeing his big container of milk.
The man said, “Whenever I get up in the morning, I feel intoxicated. My head spins around and I feel as if I have a hangover. I don’t understand what could be the problem.”
Mullaa Nasiruddin asked, “Hmm! This is a serious problem, indeed! Let me think. What do you generally eat or drink before you go to sleep?”
The man said, “I drink a big glass of milk.”
The Mullaa said, “Now, I have found your problem! The milk that you drink in the night causes the intoxication.”
The gullible man asked, “How is that, Mullaaji?”
Mullaa explained to him, “You drink milk before sleeping. In your sleep, when you toss in your bed, the milk gets churned. It turns into butter. When butter gets churned, it turns into fat. Fat gets churned, it turns into sugar. Then the sugar gets churned and turns into alcohol. So, finally you wake up with alcohol in your stomach in the morning, and that is why you feel intoxicated.”
“So what do I do?” asked the man in simplicity.
The clever Mullaa said, “The solution of your problem is very simple. Don’t drink milk! Here, give it to me.” Mullaa took away the milk can from the man and walked away from there.
The poor man stood there bewildered.
A gullible mind cannot see through the wickedness.
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Moral(s) of the story: effort and hope
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