Small Stories

THE WET PANTS-Small Stories


There was a nine-year-old boy sitting at his desk and suddenly, there was a hoof between his feet and the front of his pants were also wet.
He thought his heart would stop and he did not think how this could happen. It had never happened before. He knew that if the boys found out about it, he would always be laughed at at school.
When the girls find out, they will not talk to her again as long as she is alive. The boy put his head down and prayed for a miracle. He knew that if anyone realized what he had done, he would never be able to deal with anyone at school. ”He looked up and saw a teacher approaching him.


As the teacher approached her, a classmate named Susie, who was holding a gold bowl filled with water, stumbled in front of the teacher and threw the bowl of water on the boy’s arm in a mysterious way.
The boy pretended to be angry with Susie, but all the while he was grateful for the situation.

Suddenly, instead of being ridiculed, the boy felt sorry for her. The teacher took her downstairs and gave her a pair of exercise shorts to wear while her pants were dry.

All the other children were on their hands and knees cleaning around his desk. Empathy is amazing. But as life would have been, the ridicule that should have been passed on to someone else – Susie. He tried to help, but they told him it was all his fault.


Finally, at the end of the day, as all the students were waiting for the bus, the boy walked over to Susie and whispered, “You did that on purpose, didn’t you?”

Susie whispered, “I too wet my pants.”

Morality: We all face all the good and bad things in life. We should always remember how we felt when we were in the same situation and we should not ridicule others for being in it. Always try to understand their situation as if you were in it and help as much as possible to pray to god that today you are in a position to help someone in need.




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