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Once upon a time, there used to be a religious, honest and altruistic king. Once he went for a stroll in his kingdom and had a thought to help his people in his kingdom by gifting them fruits.  He called his 3 ministers and informed them of his intention. He gave them each a bag to collect fruits so he could distribute the fruits amongst people of his kingdom.  One minister thought that the king will not check what's inside the bag so he filled the bag with whatever he found on the floor with little efforts including dirt. The second minister thought that the king is not going to eat the fruits so he picked up the fruits that fell down on the floor from the tree as it did not take too much effort. The third minister was very honest. He thought 'I am a servant of this kingdom and it's subjects and god has given me two hands to help people. If I can't serve my people then my life would be a waste so he started to pick fruits by climbing on the trees and spent the whole day collecting them.

The king ordered 3 minister to arrive in his's court by evening as ordered by the king. The king commenced the proceedings and called his soldiers. The minister were expecting the soldiers to pick up the bags and distribute to the people on king's orders. But the king's orders were different than they (3 ministers) expected. He asked the soldiers to lock the 3 ministers in 3 separate rooms for a month with what ever they collected.  They had to survive on what ever they had collected. The minister who collected the dirt almost fainted...

The moral is we get what we give....what we are giving now is what we are collecting for our own future....The king was indifferent to the 3 ministers....same way god is also indifferent....God is fair to everyone and very kind to let us decide what we collect for ourselves...It's up to us...
 
                                                                                                                                

 
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