Tagged by Aniket Anand.

The rules: Pick up the nearest book. Open to page 123. Find the fifth sentence. Post the next three sentences. Tag five people, and acknowledge the person who tagged you.

I picked up the nearest book and  what a pity! Page 123 had only 3 sentences! (I hope people don’t mix sentence and line. I believe a sentence to begin after a full stop and end on one)

So I picked up the next to nearest book and here are the 6th, 7th and 8th lines:

you don’t care about anything but business.He had heard it all his life, pronounced as a verdict of  damnation.He had always known that business was regarded as some sort of secret. shameful cult, which one does not impose on innocent laymen, that people thought of it as an ugly necessity, to be performed but never mentioned, that to talk shop was an offence against higher sensibilities, that just as one washed machine grease off one’s hands before coming home, so one was supposed to wash the stain of business off one’s mind before entering a drawing room.

These sentences are from the book “Atlas shrugged” by Ayn Rand.

I tag: Neta, Akshari, phani, and sudarshan.


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