Once upon a time there lived a boy named John in a small town. One day, he heard of a leper who lived on the outskirts of the town. He was so curious to learn more about the leper that he decided to visit him, despite his family’s protests.
So, one day John decided to embark on his journey to meet the leper and learn more about him. After walking for a few miles, he arrived at the leper’s house. He nervously knocked on the door, and a few minutes later, a voice called out from inside. The leper asked John who he was and what he wanted.
John explained that he just wanted to meet him and learn more about him. The leper was surprised but agreed to meet John. He offered him a seat, and the two of them started talking.
John asked the leper about his background, and he told him that he had lived in the town for many years before he got leprosy. He said that he had been ostracized by the people of the town, who looked at him with disdain and treated him like an outcast.
John couldn’t believe the hurtful words the leper said and asked him why he didn’t leave the town. The leper replied that he couldn’t leave the town because he was too scared of being treated differently somewhere else.
John started to question the leper about his suffering and asked him what it was like to be a leper. The leper told him that it was difficult to bear the burden of being a leper and that his life had changed drastically since being diagnosed with the disease.
John felt sorry for the leper and decided to do something for him. He asked the leper what he wanted, and the leper said that he just wanted to be accepted again by society. John thought for a moment and came up with a plan.
He decided to create awareness about leprosy in the town and tell people about the leper and his plight. With the help of his friends and family, he started organizing events in the town and telling people about the illness and the man affected by it.
Slowly, everyone in the town started to accept the leper and treat him like everyone else. And, a few months later, the leper was smiling and finally accepted by the people of the town.
John’s act of kindness had touched everyone’s heart and he was praised by everyone in the town. His story spread far and wide, and the people of the town started celebrating his kindness and selflessness.
Moral of the story: Kindness can make all the difference in the world. No one is beyond redemption and with a little bit of kindness and compassion, you can make a world of difference in someone’s life.