Once upon a time,
A rich man traveled on a ship with his butler. As soon as the cruise set sail, the butler started panicking. The butler cried and groaned out of fear. His nonstop grunt was bothering everyone, and the rich man didn’t know what to do about it.
One of the passengers came closer to the rich man and whispered: “If you give me permission, I know how to make your butler quiet.”
The rich man who was very annoyed by his butler said: “God bless you. Please make him silent.”
The passenger walked the butler to the deck and pushed him into the sea.
The butler went under the water and tried to float and started screaming for help.
The passenger threw a rope at the butler and pulled him up into the ship.
The butler went on a corner and stayed noiseless.
The rich man asked the passenger: “What good was in what you did to my butler?”
The passenger said: “Your butler didn’t appreciate that he was safe on the ship.
When I throw him into the water, he was about to drown. Now he is grateful to be safe and will stay soundless.”
This story was also related to these days. We don’t appreciate our safety, by being at home. Yes, it is tough, but it sure is better than getting the virus, and we should be grateful.
We are thankful for all the hard work of hospital crews and many more who are helping us. So to help them a little, we just need to stay at home and not to spread the virus.
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