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Helping at any cost!

Give, and it shall be given unto you; .....For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again." Luke 6:38

Very Good Morning.

I hope many of us are familiar with Mr. Bean(probably in Pogo channel). He is a humorous character, liked by many of us(especially kids). Yesterday while watching his film, I saw one thing which is more funnier of course, but highly thought provoking.

Mr. Bean walks along the road. He saw a beggar playing a musical instrument and collecting money from the people. Mr. Bean seas a man giving a coin to the beggar. So he too wishes to give him something. But he doesn't have change. So he thinks for a while and then he takes his hand kerchief and places it on the road and starts dancing. It seems as if the beggar sings and Mr. Bean dances for him. A man comes that way. He saw Mr. Bean dancing so seriously, then he takes some penny and lends it onto Mr. Bean's hand kerchief and goes away. Then Mr. Bean bends and takes the penny and gives it to the beggar and makes his own way...

It is so nice to watch that. Even though it might have taken just for fun, the thing which we have to notice is "Giving others" at any cost. There is nothing wrong in giving others what they need. Having this precious life, we have to earn more hearts, just like Jesus earned a lots and lots of hearts by His care and Love. Life is good only when it is lived for others too. The help which we do, may be small for us. But it will be everything to those who are in need. Help and be helped.


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