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|A Miracle on Collins Avenue (standard:travel stories, 588 words)|
|Author: Juggernaut||Added: May 27 2011||Views/Reads: 1717/1128||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Juggernaut unexpectedly meets an old friend after 4 decades leaving Caribean on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach and exchanges old conversations.|
Click here to read the first 75 lines of the story Caribbean and participate in annual Trinidad Carnival in October.” “Like your favorite Julie Mango,” “I still remember seeing you devouring Julie Mango in the backroom while we were conducting experiments in the lab,” Paramhams remembered too much information. “Yes, here I can buy large Caribbean Avocados, Guineps, Mangoes, star Apple, sour and sweet sop, Trinidad Roti and Jamaican Patty, practically anything from the Caribbean.” When Juggernaut first met Paramhams in the lab; he wondered how he got his name. Paramhams explained that his forefathers were from India and perhaps he was named after some Hindu God. Juggernaut eventually figured out that most likely he might have named after Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, a Hindu Mystic since Paramhams sounds close to Paramahamsa. Juggernaut never expected to see him again after both left the island well over three decades ago. It was a miracle on Collins Avenue to meet Paramhams unexpectedly, if not for his Indian connection, Juggernaut could never figure it out the origin of his name. “Well, Paramhams I am so happy to see you after so long, I would say you could be a reincarnation of Swami Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, the Hindu Mystic born again in Belize in your form,” said Juggernaut with a laugh in a light hearted way. “If you say so, I don't mind the title Swamy,” replied Paramhams, he was as naive about his name now as he was then. Tweet
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