What happens when a black cat crosses your way?

Krishna Moorthy D
Oct 24, 2017 · 3 min read

Only racists can consider the black cat as a sign of “bad luck”

Last day when I was crossing the road, I saw a black cat (sign of bad luck in India) crossing the road from the opposite side. I was curious to see the expression from the driver who had to sudden brake his car which is almost 30 meters away from the cat. He was so devastated that his day is completely spoiled because of a cute cat (obviously cute).

But why?

You love black cars, but you hate black cats. It’s simply because of your mentality, your beliefs and your gremlins. You were taught to believe in bullshit old stories, you were taught to believe in superstitious facts, you were taught to consider your day completely gone, when something happens like a cat crossing your way.

Important : The cat doesn’t give a shit on what you think about the cat. Because they are not taught to be like humans, I mean it!

Not your fault

I’m really sorry If I hurt you in anyway, I should accept the fact that it’s not your fault and not your ancestors either. It simply happened before the internet ages, and you gotta accept the fact that internet is seriously influencing youngsters in a positive and negative way.

Thank you internet, the youngsters are more rational in thinking.

Beliefs.

I’ve never seen such a strong foundation. You’re taught to do that and not to do this at your small ages, and scientists claim that the things which we learn at smaller ages are fixed into our brain as Gremlins, Goblins, Autopilots and Foundation Stones.

I’d love to link the book “Chimp Paradox” which is a brilliant brain management book written by Dr. Steve Peters. I learned more about beliefs and psychological aspects of them reading this book.

Gremlins and goblins are simply your negative beliefs (mostly irrational) and autopilots are positive and rational beliefs. The foundation stone represent your truth of life which is very damn strong and there is no way you’re making a change in it.

Uff! you’re confused

Ok let me put this in a very simple manner.

Congratulations.

Your superstitious beliefs are simply your gremlins and you CAN fix them with positive thinking, but how?

when a black cat cross your way, smile 😊 and may be you’ll get a smile back depending on your past collaborations with black cats.

Who knows? maybe they are intentionally doing this to make fun of so called “hooman beings?” have you ever thought of that? NO, because you only think about yourself.

Please, it’s irritating

It’s very irritating to hear these superstitions in 2017, I request you from the bottom of my heart. Stop it! and start loving those black cats (not blackhats), because they are cute and they look beautiful just like your black car.

Wow, that’s a beautiful black Lamborghini passing by.

Why can’t you say the same, when a beautiful black cat passes by?

It’s time you think and recheck your beliefs and mentality. Scientists believe that you can change your mentality in a far better way, but you don’t think the same way. Trust me, you can! and please do it.

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my personal blog to share my experiences, travelogue, experiments with google and brand building. I’d prefer being active here rather than on the social media profiles. I’m a full time blogger and founder of an Internet company known as Dike.

Krishna Moorthy D

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converting complex to simple with the power of Internet. Blogger and content writer since 2014, love writing on medium (in a relationship actually).

Parallel space

my personal blog to share my experiences, travelogue, experiments with google and brand building. I’d prefer being active here rather than on the social media profiles. I’m a full time blogger and founder of an Internet company known as Dike.

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