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short inspirational stories with moral: Believe and trust

 short inspirational stories with moral: Believe and trust

short inspirational stories with moral: Believe and trust


Story

              Once, between two multi-storey buildings, a artist was running, holding a long bamboo on a wire tied. He had his son sitting on his shoulder.
 

a artist was running, holding a long bamboo on a wire tied




            Hundreds of people were watching closely. With his footsteps, battling the strong wind, and putting his and his son's life at stake, the artist completed the distance.

           The crowd boomed with joy, applause, whistles started ringing.

        People were taking photographs of the artist, taking selfies with him. Shaking hands with him. The artist came to the mic and said to the crowd, "Do you believe I can do this again?"

        The crowd shouted, "Yes yes, you can."

        He asked, do you believe me? We can also bet that you can repeat it successfully.
The artist said, You have believe on me.

The crowd said, yes yes.

        The artist said, "Okay, someone give me your baby, I'll sit on my shoulder and walk on the rope."
Silence, peace and silence spread.

        The artist said, "Scared ...!" You still believed that I can. Actually, this is your believe , there is no trust in me. There is a difference between the two beliefs.

Moral Of the story

         That is to say, "God is there!" This is believe !
But there is no trust in The God.

          You believe in God, but you don't, trust Him.
If there is trust in the God then why worry, anger, tension? Just think!

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