God will change!|!خدا تغییر خواهد داد

“122nd story”

First published: Dec.19.2019

Once upon a time;

There lived a rich man who had a beautiful daughter. The rich man’s daughter loved a young man who had no money at all. The poor boy came to the rich man’s house and asked for his daughter’s hand in marriage.


The rich man said: “My daughter grew up wealthy. She will suffer from marrying you. I can’t ever let that happen. She should marry a well-off person to have a comfortable life.”


The daughter begged his father and said: “God will help him grow and make a better life for me. He makes me happy, and love is fundamental.”


The father said: “God won’t make any changes in anyone’s life. People change their own lives, not God.” Then threw him out.


Time passed, and a wealthy young man came to visit rich man. Everyone in town Knew that wealthy young man for being a cruel, unkind person to others.

The wealthy young man asked for a hand in the marriage of the rich man’s beautiful daughter.


The rich man loved the proposal and said yes.

The daughter said: “But this young man is a wrongdoer. How come I will be suffering beside a loving and caring poor husband, but will stay happy beside a reveler as a husband?”


The father said: “God will help the wealthy young man to change his attitude after marriage.”

“Don’t you think that same God may help that good honest boy to bring daily bread to your daughter too?” The angry daughter replied.



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  1. God help those who help themselves… God can’t change someone attitude. Nice story.

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  2. I truly hope the daughter won in the end❤️

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  3. Such a wonderful tale! Unveils the whole hypocrisy of our society. Amazingly done, Laleh. 🙂

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  4. I love this one and it actually makes me think too.

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  5. Laleh, I have your book and enjoy your writing style so much. Your messages are valid, important, and well spoken. Thank you for sharing here on WordPress.

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  6. rich
    by how
    you measure
    is the real true treasure

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  7. God will open the doors for a change, but the person has to be aware of the open door and make the change by him/her self. So it’s actually the father who has to change his heart for the happiness of his daughter.

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  8. A sad story, unfortunately many people think like the father and much sorry results.

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  9. If I was the father, I would have absolutely changed my mind at least after the second proposal. Beautiful story.

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  10. I guess this situation demonstrates why they invented elopement. Happy Holidays. I love how your writings always contain a redeeming moral message.

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  12. Beautiful reply by daughter. Humans mould there words according to their benefit.

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  13. Good narration

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  14. Great moral to your story Laleh

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  15. When you’re aware, You’re unstoppable. It’s possible to change your life fundamentally in that situation.

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  16. Well said and poignant story always dear Laleh!

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  17. Love your story, and the message, Laleh! 😊

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  18. Laleh, your stories usually bring out a life application. Indeed, God doesn’t chose any one person over another, but He appreciates the humble. They will inherit His lasting peace.

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  19. What a beautiful story, with a very important message. If only more people would see their own need to change, including ourselves maybe? Thank you Laleh.

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