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Good Will Always Come To You


 

People ask me why do good when all we receive are bad? Here is the answer:

A 6-year-old boy was in the market with his 4 year old sister ……Suddenly the boy found that his sister was lagging behind.

He stopped and looked back. His sister was standing in front of a toy shop and was watching something with great interest.

The boy went back to her and asked, "Do you want something?" The sister pointed at the doll.

The boy held her hand, and like a responsible elder brother, gave that doll to her. The sister was very very happy..

The shopkeeper was watching everything and getting amused to see the matured behaviour of the boy.

Now the boy came to the counter and asked to the shopkeeper, "What is the cost of this doll, Sir?"

The shopkeeper was a cool man and had experienced the odds of life. So, he asked the boy with a lot of love and affection, "Well, What can you pay?"

The boy took out all the shells he had collected from sea shore from his pocket and gave them to the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper took the shells and started counting as if he was counting the currency. Then he looked at the boy. The boy asked him worriedly, "Is it less?"


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People ask me why do good when all we receive are bad? Here is the answer:

A 6-year-old boy was in the market with his 4 year old sister ……Suddenly the boy found that his sister was lagging behind.

He stopped and looked back. His sister was standing in front of a toy shop and was watching something with great interest.

The boy went back to her and asked, "Do you want something?" The sister pointed at the doll.

The boy held her hand, and like a responsible elder brother, gave that doll to her. The sister was very very happy..

The shopkeeper was watching everything and getting amused to see the matured behaviour of the boy.

Now the boy came to the counter and asked to the shopkeeper, "What is the cost of this doll, Sir?"

The shopkeeper was a cool man and had experienced the odds of life. So, he asked the boy with a lot of love and affection, "Well, What can you pay?"

The boy took out all the shells he had collected from sea shore from his pocket and gave them to the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper took the shells and started counting as if he was counting the currency. Then he looked at the boy. The boy asked him worriedly, "Is it less?"