A Bucket Of Milk

A Bucket Of Milk

Once the disease spread in a king’s kingdom. People started to die around. The king made a lot of measures to stop it. But there was no effect and people would die. The sad king started praying to God. Only then did Akashwani suddenly get the voice of the god. From the sky came the voice to the king.  There was a well in the middle of your capital. If one bucket milk from every house of the state is put in that well on the night of the new moon, the epidemic will end in the morning and people will not die. The king immediately announced in the entire state that to save the pandemic, it is compulsory to put one bucket of milk in the well from every house on the night of new moon.

On the night of the new moon, when people had to pour milk in the well, a cunning and stupid old woman living in the state at night told that all the people would pour milk in the well, and if someone put a bucket of water on it, then what would anyone know? With that thought, that stingy old woman quietly put a bucket of water in the well in the night. The next day when it happened in the morning, people were dying the same way. Nothing had changed because the epidemic was not finished. When the king went to the well and wanted to know the reason, he saw that all the well is full of water. There was not even a drop of milk. The king understood that for this reason the epidemic did not go away and people are still dying.

Actually this happened because the idea that the old lady had come in the mind of the whole state came into the mind of the people and no one even gave milk in the well.

Friends, as happened in this story, it happens in our lives as well. Whenever there is a work that many people have to do together, then we often withdraw from our responses thinking that no one else will do it and because of our own thinking, conditions have become like that. Remains If we start to take responsibility for our part without regard to others, then the whole country can bring such change that we need today. Avdhesh Gupta Kanpur

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