Generator sentence:: One small action would change her life, but whether it would be for better or for worse was yet to be determined.


"How much easier can this be?" the teacher asked.

She was struggling. Her maths was a disaster.

"I simply don't understand it."

"What exactly do you NOT understand?" the teacher asked again.

"All of it. Nothing."

The teacher was looking at her. She knew. She was not supposed to give this answer. This was maths. Be exact. Be specific. Define problem. Work on the solution.

"Ok, ok... I think I got lost right here."

The teacher was looking over her shoulder.

"I don't see a problem there. These are all parameters. Even this one. They are up to you. Then you solve all the equations and transformations."

"So, I can decide, right?"

"Correct. Then you run the calculations to see the result. Such beauty. Such elegance."

She was looking at him. DECISION PROJECTION MATHS 101. She hated that subject. Why was she supposed to mathematically test out all her options and only then take a decision?


"Not again. We are not having this conversation again."

"But isn't taking an action without knowing if it will change my life for better or worse actually life?"

Generator stories are a simple project to practice and improve my English writings based on random generator-produced sentences. The content produced in only 15 minutes is of mixed quality, but in this case - the quantity and speed are the goal. You can get inspired here: