Two sides to every story

Two sides to every story

Every day we make much decision and some involve others in our conclusion. But a simple phrase we should always keep in our mind is – Two sides to every story. Just always know this and remember this while reaching a settlement. 

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1. But I have five

A short inspirational story that will teach you the important lesson that there are always two sides to every story. the decision made without knowing the full picture one day harms not only others but for us too.

 

Story:

A teacher teaching math in a class of 6-year-olds.
asked a boy named Adi.

” Adi, if I give you two mangos and another two mangos. how many mangoes will you have?
He answered “5 mangoes”.

She was surprised by his reply but she tried again. Now this time she uses her fingers to make him count with her.
“Ok Adi, look if I give you One, Two. Two mangoes and another one-two. Two mangoes. How many mangoes will you have?”
He again answered ” five mangoes”

This time she gets really annoyed by his answer but she controlled her anger and remembered that his mother once told her that he likes the strawberries. So, she tried this.
“Ok Adi, If I give you two strawberries and another Two strawberries. Now, how many strawberries do you have?”
“teacher, 4 strawberries”

She felt relieved that he is back on track. So, again she asked him.
“Now tell me, Adi, If I give you two mangoes and another two mangoes. how many mangoes do you have?”
He answered ” teacher, Five mangoes”
The teacher outburst in anger ” how can you have five mangoes if I give you four mangoes?”
“teacher, because One mango I have in my bag”
Complete silence. The teacher calms down and regrets at her anger.

Moral of the Story:

Two sides to every story. Never judge others. We should not make a decision for others without knowing their point of view. We make the decision on the basis of what is logic rightness i.e. what is the obvious answer and didn’t try to know the practical rightness i.e. what is the actual truth.


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2. Sorry, I didn’t hear you 

Think, and ask before you decide. Two sides to every story. 

 

This is the story of a Watchman. His life experience will restore your faith back and also teach you never to be judgmental toward anyone without knowing the full picture.

The Story:

There was a Watchman who always used to open and close the gates and then greet the house owner but the owner never responds to him. The Watchman thinks his owner is a little arrogant and doesn’t want to talk to some poor fellow.

Every day, after work, he searches the garbage for food. Whatsoever is left by the owners. 

One day, when he was searching for the food he finds a bag full of eatables in a well-packed poly bag. He didn’t understand who put it and why someone does it.

This goes on for several years until his owner has died. After his owner’s death, he searches daily but never got that bag again.

Without that food, it was again difficult for him to feed himself with the little salary he gets. So, he went to the owner’s wife to ask for a salary raise.

When he asked for the salary raise, the owner’s wife questions him why didn’t he come early and had been working with such a little salary.

He tells her about the polybag he used to get every day and for this reason, his salary was enough for his family. But now it stopped.

The owner’s wife got tears in her eyes and said ” you are the fifth one, Telling this story. My husband used to help everyone, he can. Don’t worry, you will have the raise.”

Again from the next day, he starts to get the polybag with eatables at the same place. This time he understands that it must be his owner’s son.

Every day, he greets the owner’s son and even he never replied to the Watchman. One day, nearly feed up with this, he shouted aloud to the owner’s son. ” Sir, thank you”.

The owner’s son turns and said ” Sorry I didn’t hear you. I have a hearing problem just like my father.”

Moral of the Story:

Two sides to every story. Someone may seem arrogant, jealous, egotistic. But it will be always better to first know the two sides to every story and then reach any final decision. You may be right but you may be wrong as well. We should never be judgmental and decide the character of a person just by his behavior. 


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3. Kill him, kill him

Once a man was walking by his rice fields. Suddenly he saw a big creature moving in the water. He watched carefully, and shouted ” Anaconda”.

It was a fat, large snake about thrice a man long, moving slowly in the rice fields. While the man waited for others to come, he saw the fat belly.
When all the farmers nearby gathered around, they started to encircle it. In the time, farmers encircled the snake, someone in the crowd shouted: ” it has eaten a man, see the size of its stomach “.
Everyone yelled, ” Kill him, kill him”.
The snake was dead in the moments. The animal was torn apart, what they saw shocked them, and their head dropped with guilt. 
They were eggs in the belly, she was a mother.
Moral of the story:

Never take the decision on the spur. First know, then decide. Your little misjudgment might take someone’s life and fill you with guilt for the rest of your life. Never always considered yourself to be right. There always two sides to every story.

 

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