Nothing comes for free


Mihir Nagarkar

Nothing comes for free:-

In the editorial written by Dr. Aniruddha Joshi in the Dainik Pratyaksha of 19 February 2015, He goes on to explain the nature of undercover activities matriarch Soteria.

One important point to note while reading this editorial is about the undercover activities of Soteria. Here she is seen to be very well aware what she intends to hide from her enemies and what she wants to highlight or achieve from them. We see Soteria hiding very well the identities of herself and Leto. But at the same time she wants to highlight that Leto is there to sell Anatolian liquor which was supposed to be the best available and she was sure Lilith would go crazy to drink it when she would hear about it. Soteria is highlighting this as she wants Leto, the Head of Intelligence of Emperor Zeus to reach demoness Lilith, the daughter of Shukracharya.

One more point worth mentioning here is the description of the campsite of Lilith devotees given in the editorial. Here we read a reference that liquor and meat was served in huge quantities to everyone and that too for free. This was one of the main reasons why this basecamp of Lilith devotees was attracting more and more people and they were getting hooked to stay there for long periods.

Generally freebies never come for free. There is always some hidden or subliminal message, meaning or gain behind it for someone. Hence whenever someone offers us something for free we should immediately become sceptical before accepting it.