Let the Karma bring Kindness|بگذار کارمامهربانی به ارمغان آورد


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In the beautiful forest lived a pretty gazelle. The gazelle wasn’t just beautiful, she was very kind to hearten, polite and thoughtful.

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A hunter had an eye for the gazelle so he set a trap made with rope to catch her unharmed.

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There lived a selfish rat who checked the hunter’s trap every day to see if the gazelle had been hunted.

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The rat didn’t like the gazelle’s kindness and was jealous that everyone loved her. Days passed and finally, the pretty and caring gazelle fell into the trap.

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She struggled so hard to rip the ropes before the hunter’s return. When she saw the rat staring at her, she said: “Thank God, my dear friend please chew the ropes before the hunter comes back.”

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The rat said: “You don’t know me. I am not your friend. Why should I help you?”

Gazelle said: “I know we don’t know each other, but in order to help others there is no need to be friends, we can become friends. It is very nice to help others without any purpose.”

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The rat refused and continued to stare and waited for the hunter’s return to laugh at the gazelle. A hungry falcon was flying up in the sky and saw the rat and in a second picked it up with his claws.

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The nice gazelle felt so bad and said to herself: “If the rat would chew the ropes the falcon wouldn’t see him and it would stay alive.”

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The hunter came back and put a rope around the gazelle’s neck to take her home probably to kill her and cook her. They got to the path when a happy man walked towards the hunter and said: “What a coincidence.”

The hunter said: “I don’t know you? What coincidence?”

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The man said: “My wife and I have a little boy who wasn’t able to talk. I prayed to God that if my son could talk I would free an animal in need. My son just started talking and I jumped to the path to see the first captive animal and there, a minute later, I see this beautiful gazelle in a leash. I will buy her from you to free her. What is your price?”

 

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104 comments

  1. This is absolutely beautifully written story with powerful message of love, truth and Karma.

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  2. Lovely
    The fruitfulness of good karma
    👌👌✌️

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  3. Beautiful pictures to go with the story, Laleh!!

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  4. A delightful story. And I love the photos you’ve chosen to go with it

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  5. Life usually meets us where we are, doesn’t it

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  6. Loved the story thank you for sharing. Being kind and fair is a great gift .

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  7. Such a lovely little story about compassion and kindness!

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  8. Isn’t it strange how things work out..! Another beautiful one, Laleh xx

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  9. Such a beautiful tale!❤😊

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  10. This story is illustrated beautifully! Always a pleasure to find your posts.

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  11. I loved this story. So well put together and ,as always, with a lesson to be learned!

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  12. Another beautiful story of love for all beings. Thank you Laleh.

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  13. Let that sink in, that truths.

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  14. Beautiful stories and images. 💕

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  15. thnx 2 follow me, n nice stories n images

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  16. A juicy rat, the raptor lucked out. Thanks for the inspiration, Laleh.

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  17. A great story with a great moral.

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  18. Many speak of karma. But I believe such acts as those described in your story reflect God’s providence. He is a God of justice and mercy in an often harsh and cruel world. ❤

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  19. I never know how your stories are gong to end, Laleh. You are a great storyteller and writer.

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  20. optimistic. I like this story. What goes around comes around aka kindness.

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  21. A beautiful story about doing good. Good always comes back, it’s a pity that people do not understand it. Love is such a human feeling.
    greetings

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  22. As always symbolically, fairy-like and this time very close to nature. Beautiful pictures, clever lyrics. thank you.

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  23. Lovely story.congratulations for getting award ,dear Laleh!!💖💖💖💖💐💐💐💐💐💐

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  24. Wow- a beautiful story with the lesson karma! ❤

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  25. I love this story! The world is in serious need of more kindness! 🙂

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  27. What a wonderful heartwarming story.
    Such beautiful photos as well.

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  28. Lovely! I found you on Instagram 🙂 Hope you will follow back, I am @christybis there xx

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  29. Your choice of animals as humanistic characters catches my attention. I tend to relate them to humans I know in similar plot situations.

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