Once upon a time there was a blind man in a small town. He always had a lamp in his hand whenever he went out at night.
Most of the people in the town make fun of him, that why a blind man needs the lamp at night as he can’t see at all.
One day in a dark night he was going with his lighted lamp in his hand. Few men who were passing by saw the blind man with light and made fun of him.
They asked, “Blind man why you carry the lighted lamp with you. You are blind and cannot see anything right?
The man replied. “Son, this lamp is not for me, but for the people who have eyes. You may not see a blind man coming and push him.”
All of them felt ashamed and begged forgiveness.
Moral: Think twice before you speak.
Because sometimes we can’t understand what another person’s motive is. Our little gesture or words can hurt someone.