Here's a true story of a little boy who thirsts for attention.
There was a little boy who was perplexed about life.It seems he could not help doing things that would call attention to his antics. He would get things and he would do things that would irk the other kids in the boarding school where he was studying.
Whenever something was amiss, it became prevalent for everyone to surmise that he would be the culprit.
One evening, in the place where he lived , he unexpectedly recieved a pack of fried salted peanuts from the person in authority.
The bag of peanuts in hand, the little boy stood in awe, he did not know what to say.
He could not believe that he was worth this much attention without him doing anything at all!
He went back to his sleeping quarters feeling happy and in a daze....
Shortly, he came out of his room and he in turn, surprised the kind Peanut Giver with a "gift" of his own.
He gave the Peanut Giver the "gift" -wrapped in a white paper saying softly: "I found this." Then he timidly walked away.
Was the money really found by the little boy?
Did the Peanut Giver make a big mistake???
The Peanut Giver would like to think that the little boy felt he was valued, so he was encouraged to do good, so he did the right thing.
Mother Teresa of Calcutta said:
"IF YOU JUDGE THE PEOPLE,
YOU HAVE NO TIME TO LOVE THEM."
LET US DO ALL THE LOVING
WHILE WE STILL CAN...