You Never Know|شما هرگز نمی دانید


“182nd story”

Once upon a time,

There lived an old man in a village.

One of the days his horse ran away, and that was very hard for him.

People of the village said: “You are a very unlucky person, and we feel so sorry for you.”

The old man replied: “You never know.”

The next day the old man’s horse came back along with a few wild horses and now his one horse became so many.

The people of the village said: “You are a very lucky man.”

The old man replied: “You never know.”

The old man’s son tried to tame the wild horses and fell off one of them, and broke his leg.

 People of the village said: “You are a very unlucky person.”

The old man only had one answer: “You never know.”

The next day the king announced that all the young men and boys have to join the army and fight for the king.

The old man’s son was excused because he had a broken leg.

People said: “You are very lucky.”

And the old man said: “You never know.”

Life is full of unlucky and lucky events; all is just the appearance of the life. But never forget that all your today’s bad lucks could be a lead to your future best of lucks.

“You Never Know.”

Categories: bedtime story, fable, fiction, folk tale, moral, parable, Short StoryTags: , , , ,

57 comments

  1. risks are of ya own taking
    luck is the dust off ya ass shaking
    wise to my own ego ayes
    the shah
    farouk
    king for a day
    but the kingdom
    is north to south
    and my mouth is big

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  2. I’m lucky to have read this beautiful story today. God bless you for posting these wonderful stories.

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  3. You are also a wonderful short story teller, Laleh! I am honored about the possibility to read them. Have a nice day, enjoy the rest of the week! Michael

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  4. Life is full of incidents, good or bad!

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  5. Thanks for sharing your writing ✍

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  6. life is a spinning wheel. but sometimes it slows down or stops. The happy moments seem to run away fast, the unfortunate ones seem to last forever …
    Goodnight dear Laleh… and good luck ❤

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  7. You never know. reminds me of the expression that “it is an ill wind that blows no good.”

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  8. Beautiful story Laleh… you never know! LOL!👍🍂🍮🍮🎶

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  9. I feel the hearts❤️. Beautiful story 👌

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  10. Luck and unluck are intertwined, we will never know what will happen next. Have a nice weekend, Laleh 🙂

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  11. This is beautiful and inspiring. ❤️

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  12. I love that and so true.. 😉

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  13. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    HAVEN’ SEEN OR HEARD A GOOD HORSE LAUGH LIKE THAT IN AGES! 😀 LALEH—YOUR FILES MUST BE FULGING WITH THESE!!!

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  14. I’ve heard other versions of this story, as well. The old man had a wise approach toward life. 🙂

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  15. Now I have a whole new appreciation of what shows up each day. You never know!

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  16. Wonderful story with a profound truth 😍😍

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  17. amazingly beautiful.
    🤩🌟🐴🐴🐴love all pictures. enjoyed mahalo ✨🌟🌟🌟🌟🙏🏾👍🏾

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