Moral Based Stories

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Moral Based Stories is a collection of six interesting stories that give us messages. In the first story The Best Child, a poor widow becomes a laughingstock because of her poverty. Her three well-to-do friends always have something to boast about. One day, they praise about their children's fame. When they ask the widow about her son, she fidgets in embarrassment. To find out what happens next, read the story, please.

In the second story 'Eyes of Country', a painter has to choose between the two important figures having a hot debate. His answer will impress you.

Jealousy burns our Heart is about two brothers. The greedy elder brother hurts his poor brother in needy hours. Suddenly, the younger brother becomes rich. He becomes jealous and tries to find his brother's secret. Find out what happens to him.

In the story 'Kindness Returns', two humble friends help an elderly woman who abandoned by her sons. In return, she gives them something. Read the story to find how the story ends. The ending is quite motivating.

In Uproot Bad Behavior, a teacher gives his spoiling student a great lesson that salvages him from the dope way. And in the last story Beggar's Life, a young girl ill-treats a beggar. The beggar cast a spell to transform her into an ugly girl to experience a beggar's life. Will she retrieve her normalcy? Find out yourself, please.

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BookRix
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Published on
Jun 4, 2019
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Pages
12
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ISBN
9783730919859
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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Surely love is the greatest phenomenon across the world; do you think love would truly be the best without a child in a family? A child is a wonderful asset that realizes parental dreams! A child transforms a man into a responsible person! Neither man nor woman would understand the meaning of life without a child. A mother is the homemaker but wouldn't succeed without a child. A child brings happiness to the parents. A home is a sweet home in the presence of a child. There is no substitute for a child; nothing can bring as much happiness as she/he does. And there is no everlasting happiness in our lives without a child.
Property and money can provide only ephemeral joys but a child brings perpetual happiness to the home!
Parents are content if the child is physically healthy and mentally sound. Who would like a child who is abnormal by birth? And who would not be unhappy to have a child with a congenital disease? Many would consider such a child quite a burden; at least we understand the value of humanity. And what can be worse than death?
Although I am the father of a child with a congenital disease, I never lost any hope for him but rather am much worried about death. To keep him alive, my wife and I have gone through strangest experiences and purgatory. Ultimately, we sacrificed all that we had and put every effort to save our poor little son from that so-called all-trouncing death! Who in the world wouldn't want to have a child? Indeed every father and mother loves to have one.
I write this book as a history of my hard earned accomplishment after I underwent the utmost predicament that probably no one ever faced. I share my lifetime of miseries so that every parent would understand their child better. What one can do for another is the ultimate test of power. What we can suffer for the other is the sterling test of love.
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