Participate in the 3rd Season of STORYMIRROR SCHOOLS WRITING COMPETITION - the BIGGEST Writing Competition in India for School Students & Teachers and win a 2N/3D holiday trip from Club Mahindra
Participate in the 3rd Season of STORYMIRROR SCHOOLS WRITING COMPETITION - the BIGGEST Writing Competition in India for School Students & Teachers and win a 2N/3D holiday trip from Club Mahindra

Amanpreet Singh

Drama Inspirational


3  

Amanpreet Singh

Drama Inspirational


MS - Art Of Begging

MS - Art Of Begging

4 mins 12.3K 4 mins 12.3K

(MS means Message Story. It is a message story which means there is a hidden message in the story. It’s you who have to decode the message and find it out whether the message is right or wrong or it goes beyond these two options.)


Shabeena - Aman, now in India wherever we go, we see beggars, beggars and beggars. How do you feel about it?


Aman - Definitely, not good. It has become a very bad habit in vogue in India. 


Shabeena - Why are they all doing it?


Aman - Easy bucks! If one can earn without doing or giving anything then I think it is the most lucrative profession. Therefore begging has become a good, profitable and convenient profession. Moreover, you can do it at any time. You can choose your working hours. Haha, and you will be leading your life without any boss. 


Shabeena - Haha, very funny! Do you think there are no real beggars and all are fake?


Aman - Most of the beggars are fake. Even if there are real beggars, I don’t like them too. You know why? Because their way of asking for money is really very bad and uncivilized.


Shabeena - Haha, I think now you are going to tell me the civilized way of begging.


Aman - Hehe. Yeah why not? When one intervenes your path forcibly and start clapping in front of you, not letting you to go, at that moment do you feel good?


Shabeena - Definitely, no! Because I am getting late for my office and that fool is obstructing my way.


Aman - Then what do you do in such a situation.


Shabeena - I quickly give him a ten-rupee note and shoo him away.


Aman - After giving him a ten-rupee note, there is no need to shoo him away. He will go by himself because he has done his job. 


Shabeena - Haha, yeah right.


Aman - Now, just look into this matter deeply. One beggar came to you. You didn’t want to give him any money. He obstructed your way violently and extorted money from you to make your path clear to your office. Am I right?


Shabeena - Yeah…


Aman - So, in fact, he is not a beggar. He is a criminal of very small level. Therefore, I don’t like such beggars because they even don’t know how to beg in a civilized way. 


Shabeena - Yeah, you are right. There should be some other way of begging which should be completely non-violent. 


Aman - Yes, there is one way. If a man is really in need of some money then he should buy one chart from any shop. Thereon he should write how much money he wants and for what purpose he wants. Then he should sit somewhere where people are passing by. He should make it clear that every passerby is able to see his chart clearly. He should not disturb anyone in any way. He should keep on sitting there waiting for the required money to come to him. To attract the attention of people he can take the help of some light music or some activity. But he must not disturb them. And when he gets the required money then he should leave his place making way for another real beggar. 


Shabeena - Yeah, it seems cool. Good. Really good. 


Aman - Actually, I have one handwritten chart too looking for some money. I think I should paste it in your office.


Shabeena - Haha, very funny!



Rate this content
Log in

More english story from Amanpreet Singh

Similar english story from Drama