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Listen to the children.

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Introduction

Listen to the children A young and successful businessman was travelling down a neighbourhood street, was going a bit too fast in his new car. He was watching for kids passing out from between parked cars and slowed down when he thought he saw something. As his car passed, no children appeared. Instead, a brick smashed into the car's side door! He slammed on the brakes and spun the car back to the Spot where exactly the brick had been thrown. ...read more.

Middle

Why did you do it?" "Please sir, please. I'm sorry, I didn't know what else to do," pleaded the youngster. "I threw the brick because no one else would stop" Tears were pouring down the boy's face as he pointed around the parked car. "It's my brother, sir," he said. "He rolled off the curb and fell out of his wheelchair and I can't lift him up." ...read more.

Conclusion

"Thank you and may God bless you, sir," the grateful child said to him. The man then watched the little boy push his brother toward their home. It was a long walk back to his car a long slow walk, and suddenly it all came back to him when his son fell from his wheelchair he never did repair the side door, he kept the dent to remind him not to go through life so fast that someone has to throw a brick at you to get your attention. Ubaid Asghar Fiction ...read more.

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