Once upon a time, there was an unfortunate poor man. His home was also very poor – a small and empty house, where mice made their nests and spiders made their webs. People tried to avoid coming into his house – why should they stick their noses into those poor ruins? And the poor man thought that poverty is the reason of his misfortunes – his enteral destiny.
So once, the poor man met a wizard and complained to him about his poverty and miserable life. The wizard felt sorry for the poor man and gave him an unprecedented vase. And said:
– is a magical vase that will save you from poverty.
The poor man took the vase and wanted to sell it at first and then spend the money on alcohol, as usual, beside, why would he need such a beautiful thing? But then he started admiring the vase and couldn’t take it to the market. He brought the vase home, put it on the table and started admiring it.
– It’s not right for such a beautiful thing to be empty, – the poor man thought. So he picked some wildflowers and put them into the vase.
It became even more beautiful.
– Not good. – The poor man thought again, – that such a beautiful thing stands next to a spider web.
So the poor man started cleaning his house from spider webs, sweeping out cockroaches and mice, cleaning the dust, washing the floor and the walls, whitening the celling.
And it becomes clear that his house wasn’t poor, but rather warm and cosy. And the poor man wasn’t a poor man any more, but a hard working host, who had no time for thoughts about misfortune.
Mother asked his child:
– Do you know that God was here, when you were stealing cookies from the kitchen?
– Yes, I do.
– And do you know that he was looking at you all this time?
– Yes, I do.
– And how do you think, what he said?
– He said: “There is nobody here apart from us, so take some cookies for me, too!”
Read at 11 PM after closing this issue, stories sent by Rajit Kapoor with request to share with GOD.