on kinds deeds bring unexpected rewards
on the way back from work every evening more often than not there would be a homeless man standing at the exit of the freeway. He always wave that every car he was always happy and smiling and sometimes almost dancing everyday after work I remember together any spare change and put it aside to give him I saw him. A feeling of joy would come over me every time I saw him as I came off the RAM . he had that affect occasionally the red light would be on for a minute and we would ask .Each Other about our day his answer would always be same I am blessed then one day I was called in to my boss office and was told was being laid off due to economy.
Every living being, human or animal has the right to live in peace on this planet. No one, not even an animal wishes to live in fear of pain or death. Even an ant avoids any obstacles that blocks its path. Unfortunately, some selfish humans seem to think that the right to live and enjoy life is only theirs. They believe that the Earth is theirs alone.
People fail to realise that we need animals as much as animals need us. If one dies the other dies too. Life is a balance between animals and humans. Besides, animals experience identical emotions just like human beings. We feel happiness, fear, pain, frustration, excitement etc. and so do animals. Sadly, only a very few of us care for and respect the feelings of animals. Animals suffer helplessly and silently because of our evil ways. This Earth is not ours alone. It's the home of all living beings.
Kindness is always rewarded
Once upon a time there lived a rich man. He had a slave. The man was very cruel to him. So the slave became sick of his cruel treatment. He decided to run away from his master.
He got a chance and ran away to a forest. There he hid himself in a cave. As he lay there thinking, he heard the groaning of the lion.
He was frightened. As the lion came near, he saw that he was limping. The lion approached the slave and held out his paw. The slave saw that his paw was swollen and a thorn was stuck in it. The slave drew out the thorn very gently. The lion was relieved of pain and went away. Afterwards they became friends.
By chance the slave was arrested by his master's men. He was brought to his master who ordered his men to put him before a hungry lion. The day for punishment was fixed. The people of the town were invited to see the wonderful fight. The lion was freed from the cage to pounce upon the slave when he recognized him.
He now advanced slowly towards him and began to lick his hands out of love. It was the same lion, his friend. The slave too, patted him.
It was a wonderful sight for the people. The lion was given to him as a reward. The slave was set free.
Moral: Kindness is always rewarded.
please mark as brainlist
Kindness is a virtue that never goes to waste. Our society has many examples which prove this proverb. One such example is this story.
Once a king had a slave. The king was cruel and unjust. He was selfish and strict. His slave did not like him due to his cruel behaviour with him. The king used to give him heavy punishment for slight mistakes. He gave little to him to eat. The slave had a miserable life. One day, he decided to run away. In the morning, he ran away to the forest and hid in a cave. He was sure that the king's soldiers were searching for him everywhere.
Sitting in the cave, he was thinking of his fate when he heard s growl behind him. An idea hit his mind. A lion was sitting behind him. He drenched with sweat in fear. He could not move. The lion growled again. The slave realized a pain in the voice of the lion. He turned back and looked at the lion. He saw that the lion has a thorn in its paw. The lion was looking at him with strange eyes. The slave took courage and went near the lion. The lion did not change its expression. Slowly, the slave moved near and pulled the thorn out of his paw. The lion roared and the slave was about to run. Suddenly, the lion stood up and went out of the cave without hurting the slave. The lion turned on the opening of the cave and looked at the slave with thankful eyes and went away.
After a few days, the soldiers of the king captured the slave and brought him back to the king. The king was furious in anger. He wanted to punish the slave for his disobedience. He ordered his guards to put the slave before a hungry lion. As they threw the slave before the lion, the lion rushed at him. But as it came near, it moved its tail and began to lick the hands of the slave. The slave also recognized the lion. It was the same lion he met in the forest.
The king was puzzled. He asked the slave the reason for the strange behavior of the lion with him. The slave told the king the whole story. The king realized that an animal can be a friend through kindness. He understood the power of kindness. He realized that he could win the people with kindness. He set the lion and the slave free. He became kind and hence a darling king in the eyes of his people.
Moral lesson: Kindness never goes unrewarded
It's amazing what kindness can do.
It can enrich your life, build the foundation for wonderful relationships. Even when meeting people, paying them a genuine compliment is a nice way to start a friendship.
While this proverb is probably talking about getting impossible people or situations to open up, I think the proverb also works for blogging. Those who share positive energy in their posts, kindness, and understanding also build readerships and communities of kindness. The “iron door” being the flighty audience that is the internet. Kind words break through that “iron door” to an emotional connection, by sharing stories that provoke positive feelings, inspire and motivate.
My four grown children were all home visiting this weekend so we decided to go out for brunch. The centre of attention was my toddler granddaughter. She had never had pancakes before so we were excited about her trying them.
We always try to make our family meals special so this time we decided to order every kind of pancake they had and asked that they be served on one big family-style platter!
We each took turns digging in and also feeding it to the baby, who loved them. There was a lovely environment at the table and lots of smiles. As I was looking around the table, enjoying this wonderful scene, a gentleman at a nearby table caught my eye.
He was eating his breakfast alone quietly, in the corner. He frequently looked over and smiled as my granddaughter continued to entertain us all. Suddenly, I had a great idea.
I dug out a smile card from the reserve that I always carry with me and snuck up to the waitress. I explained to her that I wanted to pay that man’s bill anonymously and that instead of the bill could she please give him the smile card.
Our leisurely breakfast was still going on after the gentleman had left. The waitress came over and told us that he had passed the smile card on and paid for another table before he left. How great!
Not only that though, the waitress then came back later and told us that the second table had now paid for someone else and passed the smile card on too!
I couldn’t believe it when the waitress came back and told us that the third table had done the same thing.
What was really amazing though, was that by the time we left, half the room had ended up paying for a different table! Isn’t that great?
one day -small boy - fell down - got hurt - no one helped - old man - helped him -gave water -went away -after some days -same old man -lost -a couple - gave money - old man asked "why"- small boy blind - bus came - old helped - moral kindness helps
sorry little sister actually I never heard about this so I don't want to give you wrong information
Story: Kind words can unlock iron doors:
James was a young boy, always kind and helpful. He noticed almost every day that there was a particular boy in his neighbourhood who everyone make fun of. This poor boy was a loner with no friends. People say lots of bad things about him. Parents tell their children not to go near him or talk to him.
James thought this was wrong and decided to try to become his friend. Their friendship developed quickly as James said kind words to him every day to make him happy. The boy introduced himself as Matthew who loves painting, trekking and playing almost all games and sports. Matthew became happier and more confident as the days went by. Many boys were not happy with James for hanging around him.
Within a short time James and other boys realized that he wasn't the kind of person everybody thought he was. The boys in the community completely stopped making fun of him. Parents too started to greet Matthew when they see him. All the young kids wanted to be in the company of James and Matthew.
Some kind words by James changed Matthew. In the process the hearts of others around him were changed. (Story by Selie Visa)
Conclusion: Kind words can unlock iron doors is a proverb about getting impossible situations of dealing with people to open up when we are kind in our words. Harsh words make a bad situation worse. Kind words break through the iron door of emotional connection. Kindness is not a weakness. It is a strength that is capable of doing what appears to be impossible of achieving. Always be kind in your deeds as well as your words.
u can unblock using the ✌