Sunday, April 4, 2010

My Bubble: Moral Of The Story Is ...

A friend of mine, Ves Lee had emailed to me this very interesting story and I thought it would be a great one to share with all my friends in the blogosphere. Friends, I do hope you'll read through it as there is certainly a valuable message in there somewhere waiting for you and me.

The story goes like this;

One old man was sitting with his 25 years old son in the train. Train is about to leave the station. All the passengers are settling down into their seats. As the train started the young man was filled with a lot of joy and curiosity.

He was sitting on the window side. He put out one hand and felt the passing wind. He shouted, "Papa see all the trees are going behind". The old man smiled and admired his son’s feelings. Beside the young man a couple was sitting and listening to the conversation between the father and son. They felt a little awkward with the attitude of the 25 year old man behaving like a small child.

Suddenly the young man again shouted, "Papa see the pond and animals. Clouds are moving with the train". The couple was watching the young man in embarrassment. Now it started to rain and some of the water drops touched the young man's hand. He was filled with joy and he closed his eyes. He shouted again, "Papa it's raining, water is touching me, see papa".

The couple couldn't help themselves and asked the old man. Why don't you visit the Doctor and get your son treated.

Old man said, "Yes, We were from the hospital. Today my son got his eyes for the first time in his life". **


** Now, have you caught on to the moral of the story is? 
"We must not come to any conclusion until
we know all the facts".


Thought is the sculptor who can create the person you want to be.

5 Bubbles:

I guess we have all heard the expression "I think, therefore I am". But some people have the attitude, "I 'think', therefore I am right!"

Thanks Wenny, I found this through your tweet and I am retweeting it now! It made me say "Aww".

Thank you so much Sandra. I'm glad you like it and I appreciate that you've taken the liberty to retweet it.

Great twist, didn't see (pun intended) that coming.

Just sent this story to my Wifey. =p