Once again, his destiny took him right to the place where he was meant to be. But he was getting late, with so many things in his mind that he hardly cared about what was around him. He started walking faster, with his shoes tapping hard on the ground. Neither did he notice the smile on the twins that painted their face, when the father of the twins, who wore a torn pants and dull shirt bought them two ice-creams. Nor did he notice the tears of joy in the father’s heart to see his children happy. He was just too busy to care, he just walked on.
But, as I told you, destiny bought him here and there must have been some reason behind it. His cell-phone ringed, but he looked at his watch. He hardly had any time to waste. Everything must be perfect today. Punctuality, for him, was the most important quality and gift that only a few people possessed, but those who possessed this quality, were more successful than others. He looked at the cell-phone. It was his wife. But he couldn’t be late for the meeting that he had to attend at eight thirty sharp. And most of the time, his wife just asked about whether he had taken his lunch or if he had reached his office, nothing much important to care about. He was just too busy to care, he just walked on.
But, as I told you, destiny bought him here and there must have been some reason behind it. As he was walking, his wallet fell out of his pocket. He didn’t even realize the emptiness in his pocket. But someone else realized the black wallet that fell on the ground. It was a girl who must be around the age of his own daughter – somewhere around 17, he couldn’t say how old his daughter was. The girl bent on her knees and picked up the wallet, and called out in the crowd “Sir, your wallet!” But, as I told you, he hardly cared what was going around him. The girl ran after him and finally reached him. “Sir, your wallet. You dropped it there.” She said, taking in fast breaths. The man checked his pocket and realized that he had actually dropped it. He took back the wallet, put his hand in and picked out a note of 10 dollars and gave it to her. “I am glad you found it. Take this.” He offered the money to the girl. A smile, with a mix up of emotions, reflected on her face. But she didn’t put out her hand to take the money. “Take it. I gotta go.” The man shook the note in front of her, but she refused. “Please, take it back. I never help anyone with the feeling for something in return. But I may just ask you one thing, next time if someone helps you, please don’t feel shy to say thank you. These words are much more valuable than this note” The girl said and wished him a good day, and then returned to her own journey. He put the note back in his wallet, and wallet in his pocket. Without absorbing a single drop of whatever the girl had just said, he moved on. He was just too busy to care, he just walked on.
Hello, wonderful people of the earth, (forgive me if some of you are from mars)
So, how are you all? I hope everyone is awesome and happy! And I? Always Amazing (Thanks for asking 😉
As soon as I wrote this, I posted it without any editing and without any plot confirmation, because I don’t know why but this story just flowed out of my mind to the keyboard. I don’t know if you will like it. But tell me if you would like me to continue this as a series. I would love to do that!
P.S. – I never write any other genre than fantasy, because I just love to be around magic, But this is my first try, tell me what you think about it!
I will be waiting for your feedback and suggestions!
Have an amazing panda day!