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Kelviyin nayagan is back

Once in a while certain questions..intriguing no doubt..causes a stir in mind so much that, it refuses to drown in the sea of forget. Here is one such question. It took me a while to think of a mokkai answer for this. But i am curious to know your responses for the same. Read this question on a tamil weekly magazine and here are both the tamil and english versions of it. A nice paradoxical one.

"Ellaam valla iraivanaal..thannal thookka mudiaatha kallai padaikka mudiyuma?"

"Can the almighty god create a stone which he cannot lift?"

If the answer is yes or no for that matter, it would raise a question on the ALMIGHTY aspect of God. Let me not put any further deviations on your mind :) Happy hunting for the answer :)

Comments

Ramesh said…
Have you stopped beating your wife ?
gils said…
lol :) kostin keta anjer solanum..badiluku kostin kekkapdaathu. and for r kostin..u know d anjer :D
Asha said…
ennadu idhu puriyada pudhira irukkay? englishleyum did'nt understand, thamizhlum puriyalaiye?

Kodumaiya irukkay.
RS said…
More than the post, I am wondering why Ramesh had to ask that qn to you? Of all??? (I AM interested like that)...

PS: Neenga 'think' pannina mokka reply-ya thayavu senju share panni, enlighten us!!
Aarti said…
I am damn curious as to why Ramesh asked you that question!! :))

ok,to answer your post... NOPE, i dont think God will create a stone he cant carry.. wanna know why?- cos i think God too has ego and am dead sure he is a HE [guy] and so wont do anything that he cant do..ergo, going by Dr Freud and the way our mind works, i am yet to find a man who is ready to accept defeat or be told "you cant do this", which i believe applies to the BIG MAN up there as well... :D

poduma explanation, illa innum venuma?
Ramesh said…
@RS ,Aarti - Just out of mischief. Nothing else. Can't write a straightforward comment on Gils' blog, can I ?
Venkat.. said…
@ Gills: Room pottu yosipinkaloo??

@Ramesh: sir ur question should have been on other way like this "did your wife stopped beating you?". now gills will answer for this. howz it!
gils said…
@asha:

hahahaha..badil atha vida kodumaiya irukum

@athivasi:

hehehee...vidhi..yaara vituthu :D thani posta podren
gils said…
@rt:

first interesting anjer :) wait for my reply :D

@thala:

hahaha..u diverted the mokkai with ur comment :D
gils said…
@venkat:

:D :D :D ellam oru kolaverioda thaan irukeenga pola :D
Ravi said…
Why u labeled it as Kodumais?
Aarti said…
@Ramesh- cha, i thot there was some big mysterious kathai behind your kostin and we can put Gils on the stand and ask him a ton of other questions... ippadi soliteengale!! :D

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