A young man was visiting him every day, and sits with him for more than one hour.
He helps him eat his food, and take his shower.
Then he takes him walking in the garden of the hospital.
After that he brings him back to his room and helps him to lie down.
He goes away after reassuring that the old man is doing well.
One day the nurse entered his room, to give him medicine and inspect his condition, and said to him:
"May the Lord be always gracious to your kind and caring son. Every day he visits you and shows great care."
He looked at her and closed his eyes and said to her:
"I wish it was one of my children. This is an orphan from the neighborhood where we live. I met him one day, crying at the door of a Mosque, after his father died. I comforted him and bought for him candy. I neither saw him nor talked to him for a very long time.
When he grew up and came to discover where my wife and I were living. He was visiting us every day to inspect our conditions. When I later fell sick, he took my old wife to his home. He then comes to the hospital to see my treatment everyday. One day I asked him: My son why do you have to deal with us and care about us?
He simply smiled and then said: _The taste of the candy is still in my mouth."_
*Moral of the story* :
Plant well, if you do, even if it is not on your place.
God will not Forget the beautiful deed wherever you have planted it.
A _beautiful act of kindness_ will only be harvested by those who planted it, no matter how long it takes.
*Whenever you are dealing with people, you must always remember that there is tomorrow and you might néed them tomorrow. You may end up needing help from the people who are asking for your help today, so help as much as you can.*
*Life is like moving wheel, sometimes you are up and sometimes you are down. Sometimes we destroy the bridges that we might need to help us cross back tomorrow. Sometimes we treat people as though there is never going to be tomorrow. We sometimes act as though we will never need help from anyone. Remember there's tomorrow.*
*Joseph helped the cupbearer in prison and later the cupbearer connected Joseph with Pharaoh. Imagine how Portiphar's wife felt when she heard that Joseph was now the Governor of Egypt, after she had falsely accused him. The brother who sold Joseph away ended up being fed by him. Don't ever think of going to the extreme with your offenders, they might be rescuers tomorrow. Always remember that there is tomorrow and it will surely come.*
*The little help you give to people today, will profit you tomorrow.*
*May the good Lord touch your heart to live your life knowing that there is tomorrow.*
*In everything you do, always remember that,there is Tomorrow.*