saloni sethiya

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saloni sethiya

Abstract


Humanity Is Religion

Humanity Is Religion

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This story is about a man who considered human service to be the real religion. There was a person, he used to work in a sugar mill, at that time he was going through a lot of poverty, he had four sons, all four used to work in different places, it was a period of poverty, so they used to eat whatever they had in the house and live there. Time was passing. His sons also got married. They had four sons, so there was the noise of grandchildren in the family. They gradually became a joint family. Now they were rising up from poverty. Their sons also started their own businesses.

Now he was fully capable.


There came a time when his close relatives also had to go through poverty, they knew that era, so they used to help their children in their relatives' family in every way, they kept all the necessities in their homes, their children had books or needs. He used to provide the goods to them. They were his elder father in the relationship. Now the children of his relatives were also growing up. They were seeing how his elder father has helped him many times. The war did not even know and they used to buy the goods of their relatives and give them. They considered the service of family to be the real religion. Help someone because we do not know whose prayers we feel, they used to give this Sikh to his family too. Time was passing; now their relatives were also able to. After a while, their relatives moved to another city and started their own business.


Now the time was passing and those people were elderly and were also becoming physically weak due to sugar disease.

There came a day when his breath stopped and there was a cloud of grief in the family. Everyone had some words at the last minute, but their relatives, whom they helped, said something like this -

Even after winning everyone's heart, someone expresses this

The one above must have smiled a lot

When he must have called you the hereafter.


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