Turning the whole world blind

gavelBy Sai Pitre

At the end of the run, when the church bells toll, he pleads innocence. It was his faith that had led him astray.

In the witness box, faith protests vehemently. “It was all a misunderstanding,” she claims.

The court is adjourned. No jury can decide who is to blame – the blind leading the blind or the blind following the blind?

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