Monday, March 24, 2008

Care for you...

This is a mail get forwarded to me…I liked very much...i think the message in this story is extremely beautiful…I just want to share it with my friends….

Do read…


The train has started moving. It is packed with people of all ages, mostly with the working men and women and young college guys and gals. Near the window, seated a old man with his 30 year old son. As the train moves by, the son is overwhelmed with joy as he was thrilled with the scenery outside...

”See dad, the scenery of green trees moving away is very beautiful…” This behavior from a thirty year old son made the other people feel strange about him.

Every one started murmuring something or other about this son.” This guy seems to be a krack..." newly married Anup whispered to his wife.

Suddenly it started raining... Rain drops fell on the travelers through the opened window. The Thirty year old son , filled with joy " see dad, how beautiful the rain is .." Anup's wife got irritated with the rain drops spoiling her new suit. Anup ," cant you see its raining, you old man, if ur son is not feeling well get him soon to a mental asylum...and don’t disturb public henceforth"

The old man hesitated first and then in a low tone replied " we are on the way back from hospital, my son got discharged today morning , he was a blind by birth, last week only he got his vision, these rain and nature are new to his eyes.. Please forgive us for the inconvenience caused..."


“The things we see may be right from our perspective until we know the truth. But when we know the truth, our reaction to that will hurt even us. So try to understand the problem/situation better before taking a harsh action”

3 comments:

♪♪ ::Jithu:: ♪♪ said...

Its indeed a beautiful mail... :) A nice thought to those who hesitate to think before they do anything...

Darshana said...

A moving mail dear..as we have the previlege to see,hear and feel everythin around us since birth,we tend to ignore the beauty of the nature and start finding faults in each and evrything..

Shivaliks said...

really touching one :)