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2014-03-15T21:07:08+05:30
If I were a cloud, I would be one of the benevolent kinds. I mean I wouldn’t discriminate between places. I would rain equally on all places irrespective of the terrain. That may seem strange and even impossible. It is because a cloud is not an independent agent of nature. It is guided, controlled and even constrained, by laws of nature. The cloud is formed when the summer heat forces water in seas and oceans to evaporate and rise and float in the sky. The cloud keeps floating in the sky till it is compelled by certain reasons to rain.
          
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