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Trusting Yourself to Make Decisions Instead of Always Seeking Advice
This story begins when I was just 13 & my father got an accident and he got injured in his leg badly, due to this uncertain event he was not able to walk he was just lying on a bed.
Although he was trying to walk unfortunately he couldn't walk. But after 3 months my father didn’t recover even though my mother was taking very good care of him.
It was the hardest time for us because he was the only one we all family members used to depend on. Whereas I & my brother were school-going children.
So my mother took the initiative step & decided to cook some food in order to sell & earn so that we could survive without taking help of others. So my mother used to cook food every day, and my brothers and I used to sell outside our home.
Whenever my brothers went for Namaz, I used to sit in our small food cabin.
We set our cabin at various places, sometimes we used to set our cabin in front of the marriage lawn at night because it was necessary for us to fulfill our needs because our accountable person was in bed with a serious injury in the leg.
Despite this we continued our studies, in the morning we went to school, in the evening we sold something outside to survive. My parents always say, “never take help from others, do everything by yourself.” At that time I wished I had the power to solve everything in a minute, so the next day I felt something changed in me.
It was a superpower through which I was able to do everything. So with the help of this superpower, I solved all my problems & whatever I was thinking & whatever in my thoughts, all the things had been coming into reality because of this superpower and my father started getting healthier day by day, & he started his job again after one and a half years.
My family was very proud of me because I took part for my family.
As he joined his job again, one of his friends met him whose name is Tasleem He was a wholesaler. He was handsome with fair color and brown eyes his height about 6.9 and weight approx. 90kg he had black hair. He was a helpful man, he didn't care about the situation he just helped the needy people but,
he had the worst quality he always tells a lie just because of money he used to put a glance to People’s Treasures so that easily get by telling a lie.
One day he said to my father why are you working hard, leave this job and I will give you luxury life don't take tension I am always with you. So my father adhered and left his job after that he spent all of my father's money and said that I can't do anything for you why did you leave your job don't you have a sense
My father regretted his act because he knew his friend very well.
He was a liar and telling a lie his instincts.
After a big loss!!!
My Father never trust the people and he broke his friendship because he betrayed his trust….
Moral:- Trusting Yourself to Make Decisions Instead of Always Seeking Advice