An apple 2

When he came out the young man told him that he would work as a farmer for him without any fare until he forgives him. Thoughtfully, the owner of the orchard said, "I will forgive you on one condition that you marry my daughter, but she is blind, deaf, and mute, and she is also unable to walk." He finished by saying, "if you agree, I will forgive you." 

Then the young man said, "I accept to marry your daughter."  

The time for his marriage came and the young man came sadly with faltering footsteps. He knocked on the door and the owner told him to enter and meet his wife. Good things come to those who hustle while they are true and honest. 

To his amazement, he saw beauty in front of him. Maybe it was the most beautiful woman of her time. The young man was speechless and perplexed. He was completely baffled. She greeted him and understood what was going on in his mind. She started smilingly, "I am blind from sins. I am deaf, I cannot hear sins. I am mute; I don't have the power to speak about sins." She continued, "I am crippled, my feet do not carry me one step to the sins."              

"My father was searching for a good man for me. When you came crying for eating an apple that did not belong to you, my father was certain that you would be that good husband for me."   

They said that every success is built on the ability to do better than good and be loyal to your principals.     

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  • It was very nice.If everyone was as honest as this man, how peaceful would the world be.thanks for the story.

    • Rica ederim Bengisu! Honesty is a rare metal these days.  We hope to do our best to have that quality. You are most welcome, my dear good friend. 

  • Now I can not wait to find a apple orchard.

    • Wu bu zhi dao J ack Ma dan xie xie! You are most welcme my dear good friend. I am sorry for this late reply.

  • Mushkel nadareh Saba! I am glad that you enjoyed reading that blog. Is it true that an apple a day will keep the doctor away? Or it is just a saying! I eat apples from time to time, but thanks to Allah, I am in good health. Once more, thanks Saba for your comment. 

  • Nice blog! Thanks for sharing. I enjoyed reading it.
  • Dokwadniya Rysperski! I hope your heart would never remain suspended like that. You are a good commentator. You know how to raise the hot points in each topic you choose. That shows how fruitful you are with knowledge. I congratulate you for that. May God bless you. Leave those sinful and sarcastic goats to their destiny. Thanks again for your comment on that Apple. 

  • Oi again, folks

      Ahhhhhhhhhhh, ya Dara, sadiqi...your apple gains  momentum while my heart remains suspended in  the middle of nowhere...only the old noble and famous or young and pious have the right to be...the old, sinful and sarcastic goats have no right to pollute the air with their sordid existence....

  • Asante sana Molemane! Thanks for pressing the like button. 

  • Jeenki Rysperski! That blog, Apple 2 gained momentum as your comments went on, thanks again.

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