This story tells us how considerations make life wonderful. One day, a twelve-year-old boy went to an ice cream parlor, sat at a table and asked the waiter, “How much is an ice-cream cone?” he said, “thirty-rupees”. The boy started counting the rupees he had in his pocket. Then he asked how much a small cup of ice-cream was. The waiter impatiently replied, “twenty-five-rupees”. The boy said, “I will have the small ice-cream cup”. He had his ice-cream, paid the bill and left. When the waiter came to pick up the empty plate, he was touched. Underneath were five rupees as a tip. The little boy had consideration for the waiter before he ordered his ice-cream. He showed sensitivity and caring. He thought of others before himself.
Moral of the story “Considerations Make Life Wonderful”:
If we all thought like the little boy, we would have a great place to live. Show consideration, courtesy, politeness and thoughtfulness shows a caring attitude.