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Sorry, I didn’t hear you-Small Story

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Think, then, and ask before making a decision. Two sides to the whole story.

This is the story of the Watchman. His life experience will restore your faith and teach you never to judge anyone without knowing the full picture.

STORY:

There was a guard who always opened and closed the gates and greeted the landlord but the owner did not answer. Watchman thinks his owner is a little arrogant and doesn’t want to talk to another poor person.

Every day, after work, she scans the garbage for food. Anything left by the owners.

One day, while searching for food, she finds a bag full of groceries in a well-fitting poly bag. He did not understand who put it on and why.

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This continues for several years until the owner dies. After the death of the owner, he searches every day but never finds the bag.

Without that food, she would also struggle to support herself on the meager income she was earning. So he went to the owner’s wife and asked for a raise.

When she asked for a raise, the owner’s wife asked her why she had not arrived early and had been working for so little.

She tells him about the polybag she used to get every day and for this reason, her income was enough for her family. But now it stops.

The owner’s wife had tears in her eyes and said, “You’re the fifth one to tell this story. My husband used to help everyone, you know. Don’t worry, you’ll make money.”

And from the next day, you start to find a polybag with groceries in the same place. At this point he understands that it must be the son of his owner.

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Every day, he greets the owner’s son and never responds to the Guardian. One day, almost fed up with this, he shouted at the owner’s son. “Sir, thank you”.

The owner’s son turned around and said, “I’m sorry I didn’t hear you. I have a problem hearing like a father.”

MORAL:

Two sides to the whole story. One might appear to be arrogant, jealous, or arrogant. But it will always be better to first know both sides of the issue and then to reach any final decision. You may be right but you may be wrong. We should never judge and judge a person’s character by his behavior alone.

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