The Atheists should be educated enough to teach.
Once two twins were talking in the mother’s womb.
Goodbye to each other, “Do you give birth?
Believe in the next life? ”
The other replied, “Of course, of course
It has been said after delivery and that is what it is
Today, today for the purpose of preparation
We are here. ”
The first person said, “Eating breakup, delivery-
There is nothing to say about the next life. You’re that
What is the pre-natal imagined life possible? ”
The second one replied, “I do not know. However
There will be a lot of light from here.
Maybe we will ride on our own feet,
I will eat with my mouth. Maybe there’s us
Senses, feelings are different from here
What we can not understand now. ”
The first one, “It is nothing but imagination.
Move your legs? Impossible. And the food by mouth
Accepting? Unreal imagination and who else to say, Ours,
The body comes with the necessary nutrients
Through the pulse. But this short-length of the pulse is ours
Any for postnatal life
Logic cannot be enough.
So post-delivery is impossible in one word. ”
Second, “I think life is ending here
Not at all. Maybe the post-delivery life is different.
Maybe we need this pulse here
Shall not be. ”
The first one, “Falto thought is also a limit.
If that were so, why would anyone ever
Did not come back from there? Born in life
Last and after that only darkness, silence and more
The second one, “I can not say right. But then
We will stay with our mother and her
Take care of us. ”
First John, “Mother??? !!! You really believe in the mother
do??? If the mother really is there, then she is now
Where ??? ”
The second one, “He exists around us. She
We are surrounded. We lived through it
I am Without him, this world is impossible. Without him
We are impossible. ”
The first one, “Then why do not we see him?
Why do not you feel him? The only logical of it
Because there is no mother. ”
The second one answered, “Sometimes if you
Remarkably, be silent,
You will feel her existence, you hear her
Will get …
That his mother’s voice is on us
Writes: Abdur Rashid Soha