Story Of Regret

A hardworking and honest young man wanted to earn a lot of money because he was poor and living in misery.

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His dream was to earn a lot of money by working hard and one day buy a car with his money. Whenever he saw a car, he would feel like buying his car.

After a few years he got a good job. He also got married and within a few years became the father of a son. Everything was going well but still he had a pain that he did not have his own car. Slowly he bought a car by adding money. His dream of buying a car had come true and he was very happy with it. He took very good care of the car and used to move around with it gracefully.

One day on Sunday, he was washing the car by rubbing it. Even the tires of the car were shining. Her 5-year-old son was also with her. The son was also roaming in front of the father and watching the car getting cleaned. While washing the car,

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suddenly the man saw that his son was writing something on the bonnet of the car by scratching it with something.

On seeing this, he got very angry. He started beating his son. He beat her so hard that only one finger of the son’s hand was broken.

Actually the man loved his car very much and he could not tolerate this mischief of his son. Later, when his anger subsided a bit, he thought of going and seeing how many scratches the car had got. When he looked near the car, his senses were blown away. He was very angry with himself. He started crying bitterly. His son had written on the car scratching-

Papa, I love you.

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This story teaches us that before taking a wrong opinion about someone or taking a wrong decision, we must think about what purpose that person has done.

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