Sincere conscience|وجدان صادق


“150th story”

 

Tommy and Julie always played together in the park near their homes.

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Their mothers walked the kids to the park and talked to each other while the children were playing.

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Tommy always had some colorful glass marbles in his pocket and sometimes played with them on the grass.

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Julie used to sit and look at them while Tommy was playing, and she wished that she could own them.

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One day Julie had a pack of homemade cookies and told Tommy that she is willing to trade each with one marble.

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Tommy got excited and gave ten marbles to Julie in the trade of ten cookies. Tommy secretly kept the better and bigger marbles and gave ten of the poor and smallest ones to Julie. But Julie just counted ten cookies and didn’t care about the look or size of each cookie.

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That night was the happiest night of Julie’s life. She played none stop with the marbles, and when she went to sleep, she dreamed of a rainbow of marbles.

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But for Tommy, it was a tough night. He didn’t enjoy the cookies because he was thinking; what if Julie kept the more significant cookies to herself? What if there were some cookies with more chocolate in them?

People who are not honest suffer more. Truthful people are more in peace.

Enjoyment in life happens when there is a sincere conscience.

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82 comments

  1. Absolutely wonderful story and very inspiring!!! 😍❤️
    Thank you so much for sharing!!! 🥰
    I send you a very big hug full of affection and much love!!! 💖😘

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  2. So true.
    Thank you for this true to life story Laleh
    ♥️♥️

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  3. It’s a wonderful blessing for a person to have a sincere conscience , thank you for sharing this beautiful story.

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  4. Which is why politicians are rarely at peace.

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  5. Well, I think, it depends on the conscience of the people that are not honest. If unhonest persons don’t have even a little bit of conscience they don’t suffer at all. 😉

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  6. Wonderful post! Thanks for sharing so beautifully with your insightful message. 😊💜

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  7. You always come up with “good lessons in life” stories, Laleh.
    Art

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  8. So true! I love the way you tell simple stories to reveal the great truths of life.

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  9. ❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️Thanks for Like 👍

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  10. Beautiful lesson to learn from for the boy and the world. Thank you for sharing dear Laleh. A question to you…. has your book been translated yet into German language yet?? I can’t wait for it, because I want to give it as a gift to my German friend.

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  11. So true….people create most of their own problems.

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  12. What a good lesson and so true.. People who are unfaithful are often so much more possesive of their partners.. 😉

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  13. SO TOMMY—LEARN YOUR LESSON???

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  14. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    TOMMY, TOMMY, TOMMY=!

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  15. what an inspiring story by friend

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  16. Absolutely beautiful ! ❤️

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  17. Ah, marbles! I used to play those in elementary school in the schoolyard during recess. So much fun and I used to beat all the boys and win their marbles. LOL 🙂

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  18. la vera pace è l’onestà dei sentimenti.
    La furbizia non è tra questi.

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  19. Thought provoking 🙂 But dont you think in these times, honest people suffer more. However, because honest people are truthful, they are content within.

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    • Yes and heaven will be for them. These days pass so fast we will die but those kind hearted will join the best level.
      I agree with you, some wonderful people suffer and they don’t deserve it.❤️

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  20. hehe great analogy.. reminds me of my clinging to marbles when i was younger lol

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