Do Good, Have Good Story for 9th Class and First Year
Story For Average Students
In times past, a wealthy man owned a slave whom he compelled to work tirelessly, offering only meager sustenance. Disheartened by his wretched existence, the slave decided to escape into the wilderness. There, he encountered a lion in distress, a thorn embedded in its paw, causing it excruciating pain. Despite his own plight, the slave felt compassion for the suffering beast. He removed the thorn, and in gratitude, the lion affectionately licked his hands and departed.
As fate would have it, the slave was later apprehended and cast before a ravenous lion as punishment. However, to everyone’s astonishment, the lion, the very same one the slave had aided in the jungle, greeted him with affectionate licks instead of violence.
- “Do Good, Have Good” underscores the principle that kindness begets kindness.
- Acts of compassion are never in vain.
- Virtue and goodness are their own rewards.
Story For Brilliant Students
In a time long ago, a wealthy man held a slave captive, subjecting him to toil endlessly while providing meager sustenance. The slave’s spirit withered under this harsh existence, prompting him to escape into the wilderness.
There, fate led him to a wounded lion, suffering from a thorn lodged in its paw. Overwhelmed by compassion, the slave mustered the courage to remove the thorn. In gratitude, the lion tenderly licked his hands before departing.
However, destiny took a cruel turn. The slave was later apprehended and sentenced to face a ravenous lion as punishment. To everyone’s astonishment, the very same lion that once sought his aid now approached with affection, licking his hands in a gesture of fondness instead of delivering a fatal blow.
- “Do Good, Have Good” underscores the principle of reaping what you sow.
- Acts of kindness are never in vain.
- A virtuous deed begets its own reward.