Gratitude. A story


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A 6-year-old boy was going out of the market with his four-year-old sister. Suddenly, she thought that her sister was left behind. He stopped, looked back and noticed that his sister was observing something in front of a toy shop. The boy comes back and asks the sister, & quote; Do something you want? & Girl shows up a doll’s in that shop.

The child grasps her hand, like a responsible elder brother, she gives the doll to her sister.

The shopkeeper was watching all this, and was surprised to see the behavior of the child.

Now she came to the counter with the baby sister and asked the shopkeeper “How much is this doll of value?  The shopkeeper was a quiet and deep person, he had seen many ups and downs of life, he loved children with great love and affection.

He asked boy what you can pay for this Doll?

The child takes out all the pebbles from his pocket and gives it to the shopkeeper which he collected near the seashore. The shopkeeper counts each as if he is counting the money. After counting all the pebbles he looked at the child, the child said, Sir is nothing short??  Shopkeeper: -No – No, this is more than the price of this doll, I give it back more. The child happily kept the pebbles in pocket and took the sister along with him. All this was looking by the shop keeper’s assistant, he surprised by the owner! So expensive doll .

Did you give in exchange for only 4 pebbles?  The shopkeeper laughing with a smiling satisfaction said, it is only oyster for us but it is very valuable for the child of 6 years and now when he will be at our age he will know what are the money?

But when he will be big … And when he remembers that he had given the doll to the sister instead of the pebbles, then he will come to my remembrance, and then he will think that; This world is full of good people. This same thing will help in increasing the positive attitude inside them and that too to become a good person.

Being Human.

 

 

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