Do good have good -Shorty Story

Once upon a time, in a small village nestled between lush green hills, there lived a young boy named Sam. Sam was known throughout the village for his kind heart and willingness to help others. He believed in the saying, “Do good, have good.”

One sunny morning, as Sam was walking through the village, he noticed an old woman struggling to carry a heavy basket of fruits. Without hesitation, Sam rushed to her aid and offered to help her carry the basket to her home. The old woman was grateful and thanked Sam profusely for his kindness.

As Sam continued his walk, he stumbled upon a group of children playing near a stream. One of the children had fallen into the water and was struggling to stay afloat. Without a second thought, Sam jumped into the stream and pulled the child to safety. The other children cheered, grateful for Sam’s bravery.

Word of Sam’s good deeds spread quickly throughout the village, and soon, everyone knew him as the boy who always lent a helping hand. People would often seek out Sam whenever they needed assistance, knowing that he would never turn them away.

One day, while Sam was helping an elderly man repair his roof, a wealthy merchant passing through the village noticed his selflessness. Impressed by Sam’s kind nature, the merchant approached him and offered him a job at his store in the nearby town.

Sam accepted the offer gratefully, knowing that it would provide him with the opportunity to help even more people.

In his new job, Sam continued to live by the principle of “Do good, have good.” He treated every customer with kindness and respect, going out of his way to ensure that their needs were met.

As a result, the merchant’s store flourished, and Sam was rewarded with promotions and raises.

Years passed, and Sam became a well-respected member of the community. He used his wealth and influence to support various charitable causes, always striving to make the world a better place.

One day, as Sam was walking through the village, he came across a group of young children sitting by the roadside, looking forlorn. When he asked them what was wrong, they explained that they were unable to afford school supplies and uniforms, and as a result, they couldn’t attend school.

Without hesitation, Sam reached into his pocket and pulled out enough money to buy supplies and uniforms for all the children. The children’s faces lit up with joy and gratitude, and they promised to study hard and make the most of the opportunity Sam had given them.

As Sam walked away, he couldn’t help but smile. He knew that by doing good, he had not only brought happiness to others but had also brought happiness to himself.

And as he continued on his journey, he knew that he would always live by the principle of “Do good, have good,” for it had brought him nothing but joy and fulfillment.

The End.

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