A baker wanted to get to know a great guru in his town a little better, so he invited him to dinner. The day before, the guru went to the bakery disguised as a beggar, picked a bread roll off the display and began to eat it. The baker saw this and tossed him out into the street.
The following day, the guru and a disciple went to the baker’s house and were treated to a splendid banquet.
In the middle of the meal, the disciple asked, How does one tell a good man from a bad man?
Just look at this baker. He is capable of spending ten gold pieces on a banquet because I am famous, but is incapable of giving a piece of bread to feed a hungry beggar.
What sense comes from this short story: Whatever big you became in your life until you didn’t teach the lesson how to be generous , how to be your original version, how to appreciate the persons, you could not be big in real manner. You will never have fulfillment in your life. Life gives you satisfaction only when you give and serve
for a noble cause.