We have heard about so many things that people share but have you ever experienced sharing favorite food on almost daily basis?

Mango season is on, and imagine you are about to have that delicious slice of your favorite mango, which you have chosen out of dozens, your grandmother asks you to give two slices of that to the servant right away, how would you feel? knowing that sharing is liked by God and He will give the reward OR if we refuse to share, God will give us a lesson then.

Or you are having your Rahat ki Rus Malai, which is equally divided to all family members, but your mother says “baita, cut half of the slices from each plate and make a plate for the servants.”

How this kind of sharing impacted on you, if you ever experienced this?

3 Comments so far

  1. Faraz (unregistered) on June 7th, 2007 @ 1:34 am

    The best aspect of sharing is to share stuff that you really like… otherwise what’s the point.

    my philosopy on this is fairly simple. i believe that everything that i really like, has something very special about it. And people around me might be missing that special element. So i am always trying to convince others to give the food, the music, the books, the places that i like, a try atleast, and see for themselves :)

    offcourse there are also certain things u just cant share… a chilled winter evening when it’s about to rain… now that’s something u dont want to share… except maybe with someone special :)

  2. Opee (unregistered) on June 7th, 2007 @ 7:42 am

    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, very interesting points to ponder Faraz! :)

  3. Mohammad (unregistered) on June 7th, 2007 @ 10:43 am

    Please help them if you live in Lahore or you have mercy heart please help them childrens are hungry they don’t have Mom just died few days ago father (Ameer Ahmad) is too poor working in Lahore railway as a koli (loader)…Home address is: Jameel Abad Railway Colony block-562, Kowarter (house) number 12, Lahore ………..

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