A Gift Of A Father To His Child.

Short story

After completing the studies, a student reached for a job interview in a company seeking a job.
The student quickly passed the first interview … Now Final Interview the director of the company had to take…
And the director has to fixe himself. Whether to hire that student or not. The director saw the student’s curriculum vitae and found that along with studies, this student was always the top in the extracurricular activities.
Director- “Did you ever get a scholarship during the study?”
Student- “No …”
Director- “It meant that your father used to pay the school-college fees ..”
Student- “Yes, sir.”
Director- “What does your dad do?”
Student- “He is washing clothes of people …”
After listening to this, the company’s director said, “Show your hands …”
Student’s hands were soft and delicate like silk …
Director- “Did you ever help your father in washing clothes …?”
Student- “No, my father always wanted me to study and read more books …
Yes, one thing else, my father is washing clothes fast … ”
Director- “Can I call you a job …?”
Student- “Yes, order it …”
Director- “Today, after going home, wash your father’s hand … Then meet me from tomorrow morning… ”
Student is pleased to hear… He felt that now it is sure to get a job,
Only then the director has called back tomorrow…
The student came home and happily told these things to his father and asked to show his hand. Father was a little surprised, but still, he believed in the son’s wish and gave both of his hands in his hands.
The student started washing the father’s hands slowly. In the meantime, after washing his hands, his eyes began tears and tears also flowed. Father’s hand was cut from hard and place like emery paper…
Even when he poured water on the cut marks, the realization of the prick was clearly reflected on the face of the father.
The student realized for the first time in life that they were the same hands that used to wash the clothes of the people every day, to arrange good food, clothes and school fees for them…
Every blister of the father’s hand was proof one of his academic careers of success. After washing his father’s hands, the student did not realize that he cleaned the whole of the clothes left on that day.
Her father was stopping, but the student washed the clothes in his tune. That night the father-son talked for a long time. The next morning the student was again in the company’s director’s office for the job. The student’s eyes were wet while facing the director.
Director- “I am, how was it going home tomorrow?
Would you like to share your experience with me ….? ”
Student- “Yes, sir. Yesterday I learned a real life experience …
Number one… I learned what’s going on …
If I had no father, then I could not have come so far in studies …
Number two… By helping the father, I came to know that how much it is difficult to do any work…
Number three… I felt the importance of relationships for the first time so intensely … ”
Director- “That’s all I want to see in my manager …
I want to give this job only to those who care for others, such a person who feels the pain of others while working. A person who has not only made money the goal of life …
Congratulations, you are entitled to this job … ”
Give your children a big house, give good food, big TV, mobile, computer everything. But also let your children get this experience so that they can know how it feels like cutting grass.
Let them also do this work with their hands…
Even after eating food, let the children of the house together with the experience of washing utensils. It is not because you can not spend money on med, but because you love your children right.
You explain to them how wealthy the father is, one day his hair is white. Most importantly, learn how to care for your children to do some work.
Bring the feeling of working in each other’s hands in yourself…
This is the most significant learning …………..

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Shwetank Gupta May 9, 2018 at 7:52 pm

Well written

Santwona Patnaik May 11, 2018 at 3:17 am

This is so nostalgic! Well said, Shweta. 🙂

Shweta May 25, 2018 at 1:47 pm

Thank you so much. Feels good when your work appreciated.

Masood Malick May 31, 2018 at 1:36 pm

Beautifully written!

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