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What Do You Share With Others

Once upon a time a wise man bought a very big and beautiful house. There was a huge garden in front of this house and it was full of many fruit trees.

A wise man was virtuous by nature and greeted everyone with love and respect. Everyone in his neighborhood liked him except one.

This neighbor was an old man who lived next to her and was jealous of her. He was jealous of him because everyone else liked him and the old man didn’t.

The old man wanted him to leave the neighborhood and for that he thought of annoying his new neighbor so that every day would be miserable in one way or another.

For a few days the old man tried many tricks but he got no response from his new neighbor.

This angered him and then one day the old man picked up all his garbage and threw it in the neighbor’s porch at night.

The next morning when the wise man woke up and came to his porch, he saw that there was a pile of garbage lying there. He cleaned his porch and collected all the trash in a bucket.

He knew it was an old man’s job. He went to the old man’s house with a bucket and knocked on the door.

The old man saw that it was the same new neighbor. He smiled and thought to himself that he had managed to annoy her after all and now he had come to quarrel with her.

When the old man opened the door, the wise man gave him the bucket. When the old man looked inside the bucket, it was full of freshly picked apples.

The wise man came back saying, “He who is rich in something.. shares it with others..”

Hearing the old man’s words, he realized his mistake and felt ashamed of his actions.

Morals: Always be good to others and share good with others. When we share our goodness with others, it makes the world a better place to live.

Recommend0 Simily SnapsPublished in Book Reviews, Classic Literature, Coming of Age, Culture and Current Events, Faith, Happy Read, Historical Fiction, Humor, Interview, Mystery/Thriller, Opinion Piece, Self-Help, True Story, Young Adult (YA)

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