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He should subdue his ego and offer it at my feet. He who conducts himself in this manner, in life, will not only get from me full assistance in whatever he do, but I shall toil for him in every way.
Short Stories with Great Morals
The Story of Stale Food
In the town of Shrabasti once lived a rich merchant named Migar. One fine afternoon, when he had just sat down for his freshly prepared delicious meal, a Buddhist monk knocked on his door and asked for alms. At that moment, Vishakha, his daughter-in-law, was standing nearby and waving a fan over him. The merchant did not pay any attention to the monk's call and kept eating and enjoying his meal. When the monk called for the second time, Vishakha replied to the monk, My father-in-law is eating stale food and therefore, the monk should look somewhere else. On hearing these words the merchant immediately got into a fit of anger. He left his food, washed his hands, told Vishakha that she has insulted him, and asked her to immediately leave the house.
Vishakha politely replied-At the time of my marriage, you had promised my father that for any of my mistakes, you will consult the eight wise men of the town for the punishment that is appropriate for my mistake. I request you to fulfill your promise. This angered the merchant even more. He immediately called the eight wise-men and told them how Vishakha has insulted him. Once Migar had described the incident, Vishakha explained, Wealth, riches and worldly possessions in the present birth are due to the merits and good deeds that were performed by the person in his previous births. Everything in possession of my father-in-law is due to the merits of his past births. As he has now stopped doing good deeds in his present birth, so he is simply enjoying what he has accumulated from his past birth and therefore, I told the monk that he is eating stale food. After listening to Vishakha's explanation, the merchant realized his mistake and apologized to her.
So did you get the moral of the story or do you wish to read the story all over again??