First published: June.28.2018
A little girl went to a pharmacy and said: “Sorry, do you sell miracles?”
The pharmacist smiled and replied: “We don’t sell miracles, my dear.”
The little girl said: “But my brother is dying. Something is growing inside his head. My father said he needs a miracle. Then the little girl showed some coins to the pharmacist.
A man who heard the conversation tapped on the little girl’s shoulder and said: “How much do you have my dear?”
The little girl showed her coins.
The pharmacist waved at the man like they were friends.
The man smiled at the pharmacist and said to the little girl: “Wow, these are enough to buy a miracle.”
The little girl cracked a satisfied smile.
The man said: “Can you take me to your brother?”
She walked the stranger to a little room they called home where her mother was crying beside a little boy who was lying on a blanket.
The man introduced himself as a Neurosurgeon.
The mother was shocked.
The doctor asked the mother to bring the little boy to the hospital for all the exams and procedures.
The mother said sadly: “But we don’t have any money, doctor. Sorry, we can’t afford it.”
The doctor replied: “Don’t worry about that, your little girl already paid for all the costs with the miracle that she had bought today.”
The miracle happened and the little boy went through all the procedures without a penny. He survived and everything went well.
This true story had really happened and this kind surgeon (Dr. M.S.) and many other wonderful doctors are doing these miracle surgeries for free for underprivileged patients. God bless all true human beings in this world.
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