Friday, 4 March 2016

LESSON OF THE WEEK [Treat your parents right]


A son took his old father to a restaurant for an evening dinner.  Father being very old and weak, while eating, dropped food on his shirt and trousers.  Other diners watched him in disgust while his son was calm.
After he finished eating, his son who was not at all embarrassed, quietly took him to the wash room, wiped the food particles, removed the stains, combed his hair and fitted his spectacles firmly.  When they came out, the entire restaurant was watching them in dead silence, not able to grasp how someone could embarrass themselves publicly like that.  The son settled the bill and started walking out with his father.
At that time, an old man amongst the diners called out to the son and asked him, “Don’t you think you have left something behind?”.
The son replied, “No sir, I haven’t”.
The old man retorted, “Yes, you have!  You left a lesson for every son and hope for every father”.
The restaurant went silent.
Moral: To care for those who once cared for us is one of the highest honors.   We all know, how our parents cared for us for every little things.  Love them, respect them, and care for them.

Moral stories:

What lesson did you learn this week?  


  1. Hmmm. Deep

    1. That's what I always wished to do. Anywhere I go, I must leave a lesson and something worthy to remember me for.

  2. Thanks for reminding us of the important roles we need to play in the lives of our parents/loved ones.

  3. Love, respect and honor your parent

  4. Thanks for sharing Gloria.

  5. Hmmmmn, this is deep, I hope someone reads this. I hold my parents in high esteem after God, my parents oooo

  6. Hmmmmm you will never understand their importance until they are no more. Thank for sharing

  7. Hmmmm..thanks for sharing. Our parent shud be respected mor dan anyother person.

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  8. Awesome lesson. God help me.

    Happy weekend sweetie!

  9. Very interesting but to be candid, it took much more than something to act so calm like that.
    I pray God give we sons and daughters the strength to care for our parents MORE than they did for us during our years of dependence.

  10. Very interesting

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