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The Grateful Sparrow and the School Boy

In the heart of a bustling village, where the trees whispered secrets and the wind carried tales, lived a young boy named Aadi. Aadi was known for his kindness, always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. One sunny morning, as he was walking to school, he heard a soft whimpering from the bushes. Curious, he peered inside and found a tiny sparrow, its wing tangled in a thicket of thorns.

“Oh, dear! How did you end up here?” Aadi exclaimed, gently freeing the sparrow with careful fingers. The sparrow chirped gratefully, flapping its now-free wing, though it seemed too weak to fly.

“I must help you recover,” Aadi decided, taking the sparrow home. He fed it, gave it water, and made a cozy bed for it to rest. Over the next few days, Aadi cared for the sparrow, talking to it about his day, his dreams, and the world outside.

To his delight, the sparrow began to heal and would chirp joyfully whenever Aadi was near, creating a unique bond between them. One morning, the sparrow seemed strong enough to fly. Aadi knew it was time to say goodbye.

“Go on, little friend. The sky awaits,” Aadi said, a lump in his throat as he watched the sparrow take flight, circling above him in a final show of gratitude before disappearing into the blue.

Days turned into weeks, and Aadi often thought of his feathered friend, hoping it was safe and happy. Then, one evening, as Aadi sat studying by his window, a shadow flickered in the moonlight. It was the sparrow, and it wasn’t alone. It had brought its friends, each carrying a seed in their beaks, which they laid in Aadi’s open palms.

Amazed, Aadi planted the seeds in his garden, watering them with care and love. Miraculously, the seeds grew into lush, fruit-bearing trees, unlike any seen before in the village. The trees provided shade and food not only for Aadi’s family but for all his neighbors too.

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The villagers marveled at the bounty, asking Aadi how such a miracle occurred. Smiling, Aadi would simply say, “With a little kindness and gratitude, wonders can bloom.”

The Moral of “The Grateful Sparrow and the School Boy”

The story teaches us that acts of kindness, no matter how small, are never forgotten. Gratitude, expressed in its purest form, can blossom into unexpected and wonderful blessings, enriching our lives and the lives of those around us.

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