There was once an engine-driver who
was a cheerful person. he always looked on the
bright side of things. he was fond of telling people
that there was sure to be some good in every misfortune.
sometimes they could see it and sometimes they could not see it.
one day, his train ran into another train. he was terribly injured.
he was taken to hospital. it was found necessary to amputate
one of his legs. A few days later, a party of friends visited him.
One of his friends said, "I am afraid you will have some
difficulty in seeing the bright side of this affair." Hearing this,
the engine-driver smiled. "Not at all," he said, "Now i shall
have to buy and clean only one boot."
TRULY, CHEERFULNESS IS MUCH
BETTER THAN GRUMBLING.
ANAND KE PAL
AN EUROPIAN SCHOLAR RIGHTLY SAY THAT "INDIAN LIVE IN POVERTY SO THEY MAY DIE RICH." PROVING RIGHT TO THE ABOVE QUOTATION WE ALL ARE RUSHING TO AN ENDLESS RACE TO EARN MONEY. WE HAVE FORGET TO LIVE LIFE. THIS KIND OF LIFE AS WE ARE LIVING CANNOT BE SAY LIFE. HERE IS A LITTLE WAY TO IMPROVE OUR LIFE. THERE COMES SO MANY PAL OF ANANDS IN OUR LIFE, WE JUST HAVE TO STAY A WHILE AND ENJOY TO THOSE PAL. TRY TO TAKE A PRACTICAL AND YOU WILL REMEMBFR ME. THANKS