Once upon a time, in a small village near the river, lived a family of farmers. The family consisted of a father, a mother, and their two children, a boy and a girl.
Every day, the father and his children would go out in the early morning and plow the fields, so that they could grow enough food to feed their family and the other villagers. But one day, when they went out to plow the fields, they discovered that someone else had already done it. They were amazed and wondered who could have done such an kind gesture.
But when they looked closer, they noticed that the person who had plowed the fields had done a sloppy job and had left the fields unplowed in some areas. The father realized that he had to plow over the areas that were unplowed, so he and his children spent the rest of the day plowing the fields.
When they were done, the father thanked his children for all their hard work, and he also thanked the unknown person who had done the initial plowing. He said to them, “You know, it’s not just about plowing the land, it’s about having a generous spirit and doing things for others without expecting anything in return.”
The father’s words stayed with the children and they remembered them always. Whenever they went out to plow the fields, they always tried to do the best job they could, so that they could help others even if they did not receive any kind of reward for it.
The moral of this story is to be generous and kind to others, even when they do not know it. It is important to do good deeds whenever you can, even when you are not expecting anything in return. Simply by being kind to others, we can make the world a better place.