God is Everywhere|خدا همه جا است

“146th story”




A very fair and righteous king asked his right-hand man to go to the Bazaar with disguise, and if you see any unfair business or person, judge them right in the spot.

The king’s right-hand man obeyed and went to the Bazaar the next day.



As the right-hand man walked into the Baazar; He saw a blind man putting a pile of twigs in front of him to sell for firewood. Then a young boy came close to the blind man and secretly stole a bunch of the twigs, and ran away.


The right-hand man followed the boy and saw the boy fell, and a sharp twig went into his stomach.


Then the right-hand man saw a dairy store weighting yogurt; the owner was pushing the scale down with of his one fingers secretly. The heavier the yogurt showed, he could make more money.


As the right-hand man wanted to say something, a mad dog ran into the dairy store and broke many yogurt bowls, so the right-hand-man stepped aside and didn’t say anything.



After that, the right-hand man noticed a clothier was measuring fabric and folded a part of the measuring tape to sell less fabric for the full price.


The right-hand man wanted to say something, but he saw the clothier’s employee is putting a coin in his pocket secretly.


The right-hand man went to the king to report his one day of experience in the Bazaar and said: “Your highness; Today I saw God is everywhere, and every sin an individual did they were punished for it. But none of them knew what they went through was the punishment of their own sins.”


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  1. True say. One can deceive the world, but not God. We all pay for our wrongs here in this life…

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  2. Amazing story. God is every where no doubt about it, thanks for sharing.

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  3. If only justice was instant in every case!

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  4. all and all
    each and every

    Liked by 4 people

  5. And, God’s justice is so poetic!

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  6. A Good lesson learnt
    Hopefully 💐💟👌👍

    Liked by 4 people

  7. I had the same thought as Peter. In real life, karmic justice is more often delayed for many, many years.

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  8. Needn’t say Nice one as always.
    In life we reap as we sow.

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  9. Nicely put – as we sow so we reap

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  10. Ah, what goes around, comes around, Tulip 😉

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  11. Wise story, dear Laleh! Thanks for sharing! People often forget the true source of their misfortunes. 🙂

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  12. Congratulations on the winning of book award. Awesome!💐

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  13. Eventually everybody has to pay for their wrong doing, yet we never know the story behind their wrong actions.

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  14. Very nice Laleh! Take care and thank you for following.

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  15. La furbizia verso l’altro spesso ha un prezzo inaspettato.

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  16. They robbed their own souls. Great example

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  17. True God is every where and in everything. I wish to share my blog. My experience of God https://thoughtsexpresswithme.wordpress.com

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  18. Beautiful story, Laleh. I’m not religious but I think there’s something happening, things that I could not comprehend.

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  19. Whoaaa.
    This is really exceptional.
    I’m really happy for you and i need to congratulate you though I’m late.

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  20. Sure, this happens everyday, thank you for the reminder.

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