There were only twelve children in a government primary school. There was only one teacher in that school who was looking all four standards.
One day the children were playing in the veranda during recess and the teacher was sitting in his class eating his tiffin. There was a lot of noise so he came to the verandah to silence the children, he saw a moving sack and the children were dancing around the sack.
The teacher scolded the children and asked, “Where did this sack come from? What’s in it?” Not a single one was ready to speak and open his mouth. Everyone was terrified and silent.
The sack was moving, so the teacher opened it. He saw a third standard student in the sack. The boy was about to faint but the children thought he was making fun. Teacher immediately poured water on him and fed him glucose powder. He was healed and sat up.
The children then told the teacher that the boy had told them that he could stay in the sack for long and so after he went to the sack, the children tied the sack.
Teacher said in his mind, “Thank God, this incident did not happen accidentally.
After this incident, the boy must be afraid of any challenge. Fear might have taken a place in his mind.
Moral: Never go for proof.
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