paying for others..

What his fault was, he saved a motorcyclist who made him a severe cut.

http://lahore.metblogs.com/archives/images/2007/08/DSC00794_filtered-thumb.jpg

I felt too sorry for him..
He was totally all right but.. could not hide his hopelessness..
I could understand. I just went to him and asked that what happened..?
He said,” pata nhi bs… motorcycle ko bachaaya tha..” (He said,”don’t know exactly.. just saved a motorcyclist..”)

huh…
the motorcyclist didn’t accept his fault and just went away..
but I don’t think he had even an idea, that what his speed has left for a whole famiy.

And, there was even a woman passenger in that auto..
luckily she was also all right..

May I not be the reason of something like that, for any one in my life.
(Aamen)

3 Comments so far

  1. Hasan Mubarak (unregistered) on August 4th, 2007 @ 4:30 am

    Poor fellow!

    But what he did is really appreaciable. He’ll get his reward in hereafter for sure. Amen!


  2. Pretty Simple (unregistered) on August 4th, 2007 @ 3:53 pm

    :(
    Actually, in our society, a good responsibile person is something which is becoming increasingly extint. No body cares even who lives in the neighbours. No body cares on the road while driving. No body cares to go that extra mile to help someone. (by saying nobody i mean majority).
    No one give a damn to moral values anymore. After a few days of hardwork, he will be able to collect some money to get a new windscreen. Maybe 500 Rs means nothing to us, but it means a lot to him.
    i feel sorry for such ruthless creatures, who always think about themselves.


  3. stingray (unregistered) on August 11th, 2007 @ 2:46 pm

    The motorcycle is not dangerous the man sitting on the motorcycle is dangerous, likewise the rickshaw driver is the same.
    But… in this instance a human life was saved!!! a great tragedy… was avoided……
    that is appreciable,

    But do we as Pakistanis know how to be appreciative, do we know how to say “thank you” or ‘very kind of you indeed” or “you have been most kind” …I am not talking about our duas….that is for us and the hereafter…….. I am talking about our interaction with the people around us, living in a civilized society…think about it.

    We should one day all with one voice shout out: Thank you Mr President for helping and trying to look after our country to the best of your ability…that same day this rickshaw driver would be rewarded and the man on the motorcycle whose life was saved feel shame.

    It doesnt need a lot to be a good human being, like the rickshaw driver and our President all one needs to avert disaster is to remain focused.



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