Though humanitarian acts have become rare now-a-days, we come across some very interesting deeds.. Were you recently impressed by some such act ? Can you share ?
The next Sunday, the beggar came and as usual, I gave him Rs.5/-. Seeing him not going, I asked what could be the reason? He knew my son because many times my son used to come to take his "ashirwad". He said to me: Last sunday, your son gave me Rs.10/- I want that you should know about it. I was a bit surprised. He could simply keep quite but he wanted me to know that my son gave him Rs.10/- instead of us giving him Rs.5/-. I admired him so much that I have him pants and shirt.
He was old and had a long beard, not from Goa which I could make out from his language accent. He came for some more days and then, we never saw him again.
Dad ordered some appetizers and starter and permitted me to join the toast ( In India ,there is an orthodox culture where sons are not permitted to drink alcohol or even smoke in front of their parents )It was vodka and tonic for Dad and a glass of red wine for me . I just started sipping when I saw a cute little girl of 7/8 years looking here and there and located the vacant seat in our table and with her sweet tone requested me " Sir, can I sit here for sometime? I just want to have an ice-cream ... this restau ...more
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a Cashier talking to a boy couldn't have been more than 5 or 6 years
TheCashier said, 'I'm sorry, but you don't have enough money to buy
this doll. Then the little boy turned to me and asked: ''Uncle, are
you sure I don't have enough money?''
I counted his cash and replied: ''You know that you don't have enough
money to buy the doll, my dear.'' The little boy was still holding the ...more