Non-fiction short stories

Brooklyn Bridge – A Symbol of Perseverance

The Brooklyn suspension Bridge that connects New York and Long Island is a spectacular structure. Along with the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, the Brooklyn Bridgehas proven itself as one of New York’s most recognizable and photogenic landmarks.

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God Is Busy – Non Fiction Stories

A United States Marine was attending some college courses after doing his bit in Iraq and Afghanistan and getting out. One of the courses had a professor who was an avowed atheist, and a member of the ACLU.

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The Old Samurai

Near Tokyo lived a great Samurai, now old, who decided to teach Zen Buddhism to young people. One afternoon, a warrior – known for his complete lack of scruples – arrived there.

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One Good Turn Deserves Another – True Story

Seated there on the snow, the old destitute was shivering. A middle-aged woman walked up to him and said: “Good morning!” The man looked up at the woman. Her coat was new, a woman accustomed to the finer things in life.

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Everyone Gives Only What One Has

A saint was taking bath in a river. His eyes fell on a scorpion. It was struggling for its life in the flowing water. He picked up the creature in his hands to save it from drowning.

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