I hated sympathy in business deals. We settled for two hundred and seventy after some more haggling. 'Done,' I said and took out the money. I dealt in thousands now, but imagined that transacting in lakhs and crores wouldn't be that different. Pandit-ji took the money, brushed it against the mini-temple in his godown and put it in his pocket. His God had made him pay a big price in life, but he still felt grateful to him. I could never understand this absolute faith that believers possess. Maybe I missed something by being agnostic.
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