Once upon a time in a distant land, people lived in peace and happiness.
They had a simple life with simple jobs. Everyone worked hard to make an honest living.
There lived a man whose job was to deliver letters from town to town by riding his horse.
One time, when he was on the road as his horse was galloping very fast, the man saw a person lying on the side of the road.
He slowed his horse down and stopped, got off his horse and approached the man lying on the muddy ground.
The injured man was covered in mud and didn’t look very well.
The rider first tried to give sympathy and find out where exactly he was injured.
In a split second, the injured man jumped up and ran as fast as the wind to the horse, hopped on him and rode away.
The messenger who was kind enough to care to stop and help an injured person beside the road got very sad and disappointed.
He screamed loud for the man to hear him: “I am not worried about you stealing my horse today. I am mad that when this story spreads, no one will ever help a human being who is actually in need on the road. No one will empathize with others. People will suffer and the world will go mad.”