Small Stories

14 Small Stories with BIG Lessons

  1. Fall and Rise

Today, when I slipped on the wet tile floor a kid in a wheelchair got me before I hammered my head on the ground. He said, “In all honesty, that is by and large how I harmed my back 3 years prior .

  1. A dad’s recommendation

Today, my dad told me, “Simply take the plunge and check it out! You don’t need to be an expert to construct a fruitful item. Novices began Google and Apple. Experts constructed the Titanic boat.

  1. The force of uniqueness.

Today, I asked my coach – an exceptionally fruitful financial specialist in his 70’s – what his main 3 hints are for progress. He grinned and said, “Read something no other person is perusing, think something no other person is thinking, and accomplish something no other person is doing.

  1. Thinking Back

Today, I met my grandma for a piece of an exploration paper I’m dealing with for my Psychology class. At the point when I requested that she characterize accomplishment as would be natural for her, she said, “Achievement is the point at which you glance back at your life and the recollections make you grin.

  1. Attempt and U will know

I’m visually impaired by birth. At the point when I was 8 years of age, I needed to play baseball. I asked my dad “Father, would i be able to play baseball?” He said “You’ll never know until you attempt.” When I was a youngster, I asked him, – “Father Can I turn into a specialist?”. He answered “Child, you’ll never know until you attempt.” Today I am a Surgeon, since I attempted!


Today, following a 72 hour shift at the fire station, a lady approached me at the supermarket and gave me an embrace. At the point when I worried, she understood I didn’t perceive her. She let go with bittersweet tears euphoria in her eyes and the most earnest grin and said, “On 9-11-2001, you completed me of the World Trade Center.”


Today, after I watched my canine get run over by a vehicle, I sat out and about holding him and crying. Furthermore, not long before he passed on, he licked the removes my face.


Today at 7AM, I woke up feeling sick, yet concluded I wanted the cash, so I went into work. At 3PM I got laid off. On my commute home I got a punctured tire. At the point when I went into the storage compartment for the extra, it was level as well. A man in a BMW pulled over, gave me a ride, we talked, and afterward he extended to me an employment opportunity. I start tomorrow.

  1. Thinking BACK

Today, as my dad, three siblings, and two sisters waited around my mom’s medical clinic bed, my mom expressed her last cognizant words before she kicked the bucket. She just said, “I feel so cherished at this moment. We ought to have gotten together like this all the more regularly.”

  1. Warmth

Today, I kissed my father on the temple as he died in a little medical clinic bed. Around 5 seconds after he passed, I understood it was whenever I first had given him a kiss since I was a young man.

  1. Honesty

Today, in the cutest voice, my 8-year-old girl requested that I begin reusing. I laughed and inquired, “Why?” She answered, “So you can assist me with saving the planet.” I laughed again and inquired, “And for what reason would you like to save the planet?” “Since that is the place where I keep all my stuff,” she said.

  1. Bliss

Today, when I saw a 27-year-old bosom disease patient snickering madly at her kid little girl’s tricks, I abruptly understood that I want to quit whining about my life and begin praising it once more.

  1. Graciousness

Today, a kid in a wheelchair saw me frantically battling on props with my messed up leg and proposed to convey my rucksack and books for me. He helped me right across grounds to my group and as he was leaving he said, “I trust you feel better soon.”.


Today, I was going in Kenya and I met an evacuee from Zimbabwe. He said he hadn’t eaten anything in more than 3 days and looked amazingly thin and undesirable. Then, at that point, my companion offered him the remainder of the sandwich he was eating. The principal thing the man said was, “We can share it.”




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