Story on Moral Truth is Evergreen
Truth is Evergreen
Hazrat Sheikh Abdul Qadir Gillani (God be pleased with him) set off on a journey with caravan in his childhood? His pious mother stitched up forty gold coins in his shirt and advised him to speak the truth always.
When they entered the forest, a gang of robbers fell upon them and looted everyone. A robber searched Hazrat Abdul Gillani (God be pleased with him) thoroughly and found nothing.
The robber asked him whether he had something. Hazrat Abdul Qadir (God be pleased with-him) told him that he had forty gold coins stitched in his shirt. The robber took him to the leader of the gang. The leader asked him why he had not denied of having the money. The boy told the leader that his mother had advised him to speak the truth always.
The leader was greatly impressed by the innocent truthfulness of the young-boy. He gave up his bad deeds, returned everything to all the members of the caravan and became a good citizen.
Always speak the truth.
Truth is evergreen.
Some people look up bibliography and read literally everything. It is not right. Yes, it is quite likely that worthy works will come across, but still many will turn out to be completely tasteless. No need to immediately read the book, judging by its popularity. It is better to read the description and reviews of readers, and only then start reading the book. There is one golden rule, according to which it is worth reading the first fifty pages of a book. If you want to read further and are interested in the material, continue, and if not, put the book aside.
Make your own list of books to read. But they place the titles of books there in order of importance. You can take into account the recommendations of readers, and even better – competent people.
Where to go in search of such a person? There are not many options: either search through friends or through the Internet. Both methods have both pros and cons, which should be considered in more detail.
Search through friends