Speak of the Murgha and the Murgha is there!The great Greek philosopher, Aristotle once said "All human actions have one or more of these seven causes: chance, nature, compulsion, habit, reason, passion, and desire." An indepth analysis of the murghas demonstrates that they also exhibit the above stated causes and in retrospect are victims of their own actions. For the murghas, who do discover that they had being conned and deceived by the other person, this discovery is rarely met with their acceptance of being marked as a murgha. Hence, its not unusual for a murgha to completely and wholeheartedly reject the notion of being a murgha. Pride plays a stronger role in this reaction than anything else. This straight-out rejection rather reinforces them as a murgha.
With the launch of this wesbite, such reaction was not surprising among the murghas in the surrounding farms. Not to count the murghas before they are hatched, I was overwhelmingly surprised by the positive response given by the murghas who came across this site. Clearly, they have taken the first step into self-discovery. However, more alarming was the lack of response from an individual known for her quality collection of murghas. But then, this kind of reaction is quite the characteristic of the perpetrator of such evil.
As an observant bystander I must add that it is important for the murghas to maintain order in their lines if they are ever to overcome the great evil that surrounds them. Fingerpointing and ridiculing other murghas around them will only create chaos in the farm and strengthen the very evil they are fighting against. It is imperatively important for the murghas to follow the advise Gandhi once gave to his Indian murghas , "An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind."