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One old man was sitting with his 25 years old son in the train.

Train is about to leave the station.

All passengers are settling down their seat.

As train started young man was filled with lot of joy and curiosity.

He was sitting on the window side.

He went out one hand and feeling the passing air. He shouted, "Papa see all trees are going behind".

Old man smile and admired son feelings.

Beside the young man one couple was sitting and listing all the conversion between father and son.

They were little awkward with the attitude of 25 years old man behaving like a small child.

Suddenly young man again shouted, "Papa see the pond and animals. Clouds are moving with train".

Couple was watching the young man in embarrassingly.

Now its start raining and some of water drops touches the young man's hand.

He filled with joy and he closed the eyes.

He shouted again," Papa it's raining, water is touching me, see papa".

Couple couldn't help themselves and ask the old man.

"Why don't you visit the Doctor and get treatment for your son."


Old man said,

“Yes, We are coming from the hospital as Today
my son got his eye sight for first time in his life".
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AVS
5th October 2010 From India, Madras
Great Story it only shows that we individuals should not be judgmental and be deceived of what our eyes sees : ) Keep up posting Good topic to read its worthwhile
7th October 2010 From Philippines, Makati
realy a very-2 nice story. it was great to read this story.a story that i m feeling like sharing with others. a story that i also have to tell some one. thnx avs
7th October 2010 From India, Varanasi
too good a story kept me thinking in different angles about that young mans state to mind and what could have happened to him for reacting so... good one thanks Avs.
7th October 2010 From India, Bangalore
Very very good story that touches the heart of each and every one who has read the article. Keep posting such articles.
7th October 2010
Hi, Hope Ur name is Jai.. Hello Jai, Its really a heart-touching story. Thanx for sharing with us. Keep posting such stories.
7th October 2010 From Hong Kong
Hello,
Thanks for sharing this piece of knowledge with us...this implies/proves that we should not be judgmental on what we see and we should always remember "Think before you speak " in our all phases of life...
7th October 2010 From India, Mumbai
very beautiful presentation. I will use this converting into ppt to my paraticipants. It is just attitude and positive angle of looking the things.
7th October 2010 From India, Hyderabad
We always try to find reasons to why some one is enjoying instead of sharing the joy first.
The couple basically looked at the young man and advised the old man when they could not find the answer to the question why?
Instead if they had chosen to observe the old man, before advising probably the story would have been different.
V.Venkappa
7th October 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Hi jai,
Really a lovely story and fills our heart with some kind of love, care, and humanity. Something good which rarely comes out from our inside occassionally only after listening such kind touching stories.
thanks for giving us that moment to be human for a while.
RUCHI
7th October 2010 From India, Bhopal
Realy its an heart touching story which tells us to:-
*Dont interfere anyones personal life.
*without knowing the situation dont give your advice/opinion
*think ones before you speak.
*we should change our speaking method in polite way(especially Rude Person)
"Why don't you visit the Doctor and get treatment for your son."
" is it his first journy in train ?" or why he is so excited ?
realy i learn above from your story-DIL Se!!!!!!!
7th October 2010 From India, Bhopal
Just speechless.... One of the best of best I have ever read or heard.... Choked... :) Warm Regards Teji... :)
7th October 2010 From India, Mumbai
Thank. Very nice story. Which shows how people perceive the things based on what they see without going in to details. Keep posting such stories . permeshwer
7th October 2010 From India, Pune
Hi, I have a friend who is professor in a teachers training collage at Baroda and is Blind and will recognise everyone throgh touch only whom he met once only and at present is 400 km. far away from me...... I wish he also get this kind of chanse to feel the lovelyness and beuty of mother nature.
Thanks a lot for very touchy and lovely story....... Thank you very much for giving me a remembarence of my friend. Keep writing
Regards,
Prashant
7th October 2010 From India, Ahmadabad
I read this story almost a year back. But yes, by reading this again it reminds me how narrow minded we are and come to conclusions of a situation. Thanks AVS.
7th October 2010 From India, Mumbai
Really heart touching instance. I can’t take it as a story but can feel feelings of a father about his love one.........
7th October 2010 From India
hiii.. its very touchy story. I am going to share it with my friends. thanx keep posting like this.
8th October 2010 From India
Hi everybody
While thanking you all again for your excellent comment on this wonderful story,I guess this is not just a mere emtional story to reckon with.
Lots of today's management thoughts are emerging from this wonderful piece.I share a few with you the list here:
Think out-of-the box;
Judgemental;
Decision making;
Perseverence;
Empathy...... so on.
I will appreciate if members could add more in the list.
Regards
AVS
9th October 2010 From India, Madras
very touching... Moral is : we should always thankful to God for what we have.Sumtimes we dont realize tht what we have are the most precious.. Nikita Pareek Kolkata.
10th October 2010 From India, Calcutta
Hi Jai ! Your story of an old father and his adult son has a lesson for everybody. The son's genuine expression of joy and his first-hand experience is touching. It is always better to comprehend the larger picture instead of resorting to narrow thinking. The story cautions us against being quick to pull the trigger when it comes to finding fault with people. Regards, Vijay
7th November 2010 From India, Bangalore
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