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A Poor Couple lived in a Small Village in India.

They had only 1 Son.

They gave him the Best Education.

Son Graduated as an Engineer in the nearby City

Eventually He got Married to a Rich Girl.

Initially, They Lived with His Parents in the Village.

Soon the Wife got Tired of Village Life Persuaded Her Husband to Move to the City Leaving His Old Parents in the Village.

As Time went, the Husband saw an Ad in the Newspaper about a
Job Vacancy in U.S

He was Successful Lived in U.S for 20 Years with His Wife.

Regularly, He used to send Money to His Parents

Eventually with Time, He Stopped Forgot about His Parents whether
they ever existed.

Every Day He Pray Immediately after each Prayer He used to see someone telling Him
in a Dream that his Prayer is not accepted.

One Day, He Related this Story to a ‘Pious Scholar’ who advised Him to go back to India to Visit His Parents.

The Man Flew to India Reached the Boundary of His Village.

Everything was changed over there.

He could not Find His House.

So He asked to the Head of the Village about the Whereabouts of His Parents.

The Head of the Village directed Him to a House said: “In this House, Lives an Old Blind Lady who lost Her Husband a Few Months Ago. She has a Son who migrated to
US 20 Years back Never came back again. What an Unfortunate Man.”

Son enters that Home
Finds His Mother on the Bed.

He Tip-Toed as He did not want to Wake her up

He hears His Mother Whispering or Mumbling Something.

He gets closer to Hear His Mother’s Voice.

This is what His Mother was saying: “God!
I am now Very Old Blind.
My Husband just died.
There is no One to Lower Me in My Grave when I Die. So please Send My Son to Fulfill
My Last Wish”.

This is the Ending of a Story where the Prayer of a Mother is accepted.

A Human Body can Bear only 45 Del (units) of Pain.

But at the Time of Giving Birth, A Mother feels up to 57 Del (units) of Pain.

This is similar to 20 Bones
getting fractured, all at the Same Time.

This is just to tell U the extent, to which a Mother Loves Her Child.

So, Love your Mom till the End of Ur Life.

The Lady with whom you fight almost every day, Suffered so much Pain
just to give U a Beautiful Life.

i liked this story so much so sharing with you all


integrity is virtue

integrity is virtue

It was a cold and windy night. We friends met after a long time and were chatting for hours in a restaurant. We did not notice that time flew away and it was close to ten. We decided to take an auto rickshaw to go back home.

It started raining and we hurried to get into an auto rickshaw and reach our place. None of the auto rickshaws stopped for us, except one.

The driver asked us where we wanted to go and we told the place. Without a single word about fare, he said, ‘please get in!’

It was so cold and heavy shower of rain made it chillier so we at once got in the rickshaw

However we thanked the kind driver for stopping for us when no other rickshaw or taxi did.

The driver asked us where we wanted to go and we told the place. Without talking anything about the fare he started to move.

Since it was very cold, so I asked  Rehman (the driver) to stop and have a cup of tea with us when we got home.

He refused. I insisted him to take a cup as it was very cold.

He refused again.

My friend asked, ‘Do you mind having tea with us?’

Driver Rehman replied,  ‘Thank you sir, but I’m sorry I don’t feel like having tea now.’

My friend asked, ‘Do you have any habit that you won’t eat outside?’

Rehman said, ‘No!’

My friend became angry on him, ‘You think we are not equal to share a cup of tea with you?’

I was really surprised at his behavior and asked my friend not to compel him.

I was inquisitive to know the reason so I stopped him. Then what he said was heartbreaking.

He said in a very low tone. ‘Sir, my son passed away in an accident today. I don’t have enough money for his funeral. How can I drink tea or eat anything? I don’t feel the cold, rain or hunger. My heart is burning of grief.  Will you please excuse me and let me go. I have to make money. If I get two or three more customers I can get enough to meet my expenses of funeral.’

We friends were stunned and so much  moved, so offered him to bear the expenses but he refused politely but firmly.

He said, ’Thank you for your generosity. I don’t want to bury my son with charity money. I believe that Allah will help me. I will earn it before dawn.’

He could have charged us double or triple the amount like other common rickshaw drivers in the middle of the night and in such weather but he was a man of principles.

In spite of his poor financial condition and utter need he stood by his integrity.

He left a strong impact of his virtuous character on us.

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