Recently, I travelled to Agra from Delhi for office work. I started early and had a few meetings with customers. I was able to complete them by 5.15 pm. The plan was to begin my return journey to Delhi at 6.30 pm so that I am back home by 9.30 pm.
I had missed my lunch due to scheduled meetings and stopped for some snacks at a restaurant at 5.30 pm. I just had samosa when an approximately 7-year-old child approached me, asking for something to eat. I asked him what he wanted. He asked for a samosa and some namkeen. I gave him a samosa and two packets of namkeen. He ate the samosa and kept the namkeen in his pocket and still kept standing there. I asked him if he wanted something else. He told me he has one sister and could I buy one 5 Star for her. I bought it and told him to share it with his sister and friends. He was really happy. Both of us had in different ways, a great evening.
There is immense joy when we share food with others.
~ SALIL KUMAR