*ding-dong* “Attention, all passengers” breached the voice from the public address system, perforating the calm that seemed to have lulled itself into the travel lounge, bidding everyone to lean forward as it continued, ”traveling via Oman Air to Muscat, please proceed for immigration and clearance check” *ding*. Even before the closing chime liberated from the system, there was a scramble of shoes and luggage among the passengers as everyone boarding for Muscat went gushing forth towards the Immigration counters. Dennis sat cross legged on one of the multitudes of metallic reclining chairs complete with cushioning, sprawled in rows of two … Continue reading Chapter 2- Waiting for Departure
“The Bible was written not to satisfy your curiosity but to help you conform to Christ’s image. Not to make you a smarter sinner but to make you like the Savior. Not to fill your head with a collection of … Continue reading Why I don’t need to prove the Bible
Disclaimer: All characters in this play are fictional, a work of imagination and bear no resemblance to any person living or dead. Any similarities otherwise, if any are but purely co-incidental, and in no way a deliberate attempt by the writer to name, shame or disgrace any particular individual. CAST: Doctor – Dr. William Lawyer – Mr. Harold Reginald Dying man: Mr. Ronald Hoffman His son: Mr. Dennis Hoffman Dream vision employee: Mr. Michael Summers Michael’s sick wife: Mrs. Rachel summers Michael’s co worker – Mr. Ahmed Hameed Waiter @ hospital café Random people at the café. Random employees of … Continue reading How would you like your coffee?