Saturday, 21 December 2013

A blessing in disguise (100 words)

Santhosh was fired from his accountant job a couple of days ago. Life has never been miserable to him before. He constantly struggled hard to get a job that feeds him bread and butter. He walked around the city searching for every available possibility to earn a penny. 

His life changed one day when he came across a newspaper advertisement of a scriptwriting contest. Santhosh participated in it. He struck gold with the contest. He was offered a prize of 5 lakh rupees and a job in scriptwriting.

Getting fired from that job was a blessing in disguise for him. 

Written by Ashwin Kumar

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This post is a part of Write Tribe's 100 Words on Saturday

28 comments:

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    1. I'm glad that you liked it, Geeta. Thanks for dropping your comment :)

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  2. You never know what can happen! One door closes, another door opens!

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  3. Truly a blessing in disguise. Actually most downfalls in life are that. Lovely take Ashwin. :)

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  4. Oh wow..wonderful! And so apt! I guess a supreme power does have something better planned for us in the face of adversities!

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    1. thanks for dropping your comment, nabanita :) glad you liked it

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  5. Nice post ashwin... Indeed it is true...something good always happens later.. :)

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  6. Does life happen like that in real? I wonder and wish...

    Richa

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    1. maybe or maybe not, depending on the person. thanks for dropping by

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  7. Hey loved your post.. Specially since something similar happened to me! :-).

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  8. nice post ... yes its true a door closes a window opens ...but what is more important is to believe in yourself...

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  9. Wow! That's a wonderful thing to happen to Santhosh! Tough times never last, but tough people do!

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    1. yeah, i agree with what you said.. anyways, thanks for dropping by ;)

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  10. Lucky you got a better opening. This was a real blessing in disguise, Ashwin.

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  11. Serendipity is something we all love, don't we? Well written!!

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  12. The limit of Words possess no obstruction for a writer and you proved it very well.. Short and simple.. awesome!! :)

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  13. Absolutely love this one since there are bigger and better things in store:)

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