Monday, 12 January 2009

Story indirectly teaches a lesson

A Father was reading a magazine and his little daughter every now and
then distracted him. To keep her busy, he tore one page on which was
printed the map of the world. He tore it into pieces and asked her to
go to her room and put them together to make the map again. He was
sure she would take the whole day to get it done. But the little one
came back within minutes with perfect map. when he asked how she could
do it so quickly, she said ,'Oh.. Dad, there is a man's face on the
other side of the paper..I made the face perfect to get the map
right."" she ran outside to play leaving the father surprised.
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Friends, There is always the other side to whatever you experience in
this world. This story indirectly teaches a lesson. That is, whenever
we come across a challenge or a puzzling situation, look at the other
side ..you will be surprised to see an easy way to tackle the problem

W hen everything seems to be going against you, remember that the
aeroplane takes off against the wind, not with it. - See more at: http://www.helperblogger.com/2012/05/add-facebook-like-button-to-blogger.html#sthash.Iax6Jsq8.dpuf

1 comment:

புல்லட் பாண்டி said...

Hmmm! Do you the know actual reason? Our intelligence and vigilance attenuate with age. therefore, it is impossible to be acute like children when we are in a stage, like handling everything on our own. Anyway good article. keep it up! Write more in tamil.

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