Good Deed Moral Story

Good Deed Moral Story For Kids

(Last Updated On: December 15, 2021)

Do you know your one good deed can turn into another good one? Many times we ignore helping others although we can easily help them. Sometimes we are selfish and do not bother about the problems of others. You can find many great people who are remembered for their good deeds. They helped others and lived for others. So, never hesitate to help others in whatever way possible. Your one small help, a good deed may do miracles in their life.

Good Deed Moral Story

This is a small moral story about a poor young boy and a young girl whose good deed done wonders in her life.

Once upon a time, there lived a young boy who was very poor. He did odd jobs to be able to buy his daily food and go to school. One day, after school, the boy was very hungry.

“I don’t have money today and I have no job lined up till the night. How will I make it through the day? Maybe I should just have some water to fill my stomach.”

So the boy decided to ask one of the houses in the neighbourhood for a glass of water. He knocked on the first door. A young girl opened the door.

“I am very thirsty, can you please give me a glass of water.?”

“Yes, wait a minute.” the girl replied.

The girls saw the boy’s condition and understood how hungry he was. Instead of a glass of water, she brought him a glass of milk.

The boy was surprised to see the milk. “I cannot take this, I do not have any money to pay you for it.”

“It’s okay, you don’t have to pay me for it.”

“Oh! thank you very much.” the boy drank the glass of milk and felt better immediately. He thanked her and went his way.

Many years went by. One day the girl who was now a woman fell very ill. She was taken to the hospital. The tests revealed that she had a rare kind of sickness that would need great care for many months. Dr Philip was assigned to her case. “don’t worry we will take care of you.”

“Thank you.”

As he had promised Dr Phllip took great care of her. He visited her daily, stayed by her bedside at night and made sure she was always comfortable. After six months of intensive treatment in the hospital, the girl was finally well and could go home. But she had a worry. She called the nurse to her room. “I am healthy now but I am worried it is time for me to pay the hospital bill. But I’m afraid I won’t have enough money to do so.”

“Oh! you don’t need to worry about it, your bill has already been paid.”

“What? By whom?

“Have a look yourself”

The girl was astonished. The bill was cancelled across and in big bold letters. It said paid in full years ago with a glass of milk.

It was signed by Dr Phillips. The girl couldn’t believe her luck. Dr Phillips was the young boy she had helped many many years ago. Today he had become her saviour and helper.

Moral of the story

You never know how your one good deed can turn into another good one too. So never hesitate from helping others.

What did you find in good deed story?

When the young girl gave a glass of milk to the poor boy, she might not have thought of such an incident in the future. The boy asked her for a glass of water only. He was hesitant to accept the milk although he was very hungry. The girl did a good deed simply by understanding the need of the poor boy.

Many times we just ignore the poor and needy people asking for help. What we should do? We should help others by understanding their need. Some people are hesitant to ask for help. It is our duty to help them.

Conclusion

No candle will lose its light while lighting another candle. Always help others because helping others will make your life more meaningful. Your good deed will fill your mind with happiness and at the same time, the receiver will feel your love. You should be remembered for your good deeds and not for your bad deeds. Life is short and you should make sure that you are doing maximum good deeds. That is the meaning of your life.

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