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The Brick

A young and successful executive was
traveling down a neighborhood street,
going a bit too fast in his new Jaguar.
He was watching for kids darting out
from between
parked cars and slowed down when he
thought he saw
something.
As his car passed, no children
appeared.
Instead, a brick smashed into the Jag's
side door!
He slammed on the brakes and backed
the Jag back to
the spot where the brick had been
thrown.
The angry driver then jumped out of
the car, grabbed
the nearest kid and pushed him up
against a parked car shouting,
"What was that all about and who are
you?
Just what the heck are you doing?
That's a new car and that brick you
threw is going to
cost a lot of money.
Why did you do it?"
The young boy was apologetic.
"Please, mister...please,
I'm sorry but I didn't know what else to
do," He
pleaded.
"I threw the brick because no one else
would stop..."
With tears dripping down his face and
off his chin,
the youth pointed to a spot just
around a parked car.
"It's my brother," he said.
"He rolled off the curb and fell out of
his wheelchair
and I can't lift him up."
Now sobbing, the boy asked the
stunned executive,
"Would you please help me get him
back into his
wheelchair?
He's hurt and he's too heavy for me."
Moved beyond words, the driver tried
to swallow the
rapidly swelling lump in his throat.
He hurriedly lifted the handicapped
boy back into
the wheelchair, then took out a linen
handkerchief and
dabbed at the fresh scrapes and cuts.
A quick look told him everything was
going to be okay.
"Thank you and may God bless you",
the grateful child
told the stranger.
Too shook up for words, the man
simply watched the boy
push his wheelchair-bound brother
down the sidewalk
toward their home.
It was a long, slow walk back to the
Jaguar.
The damage was very noticeable, but
the driver never
bothered to repair the dented side
door.
He kept the dent there to remind him
of this message
"Don't go...
2 Comments:
This boy dont know ethics, should waving ask the car to stop, to help his brother who fell from his wheelchair, when asking for help in way by smash a brick that's only in the story, dont be copied, because not all people will be good http://colour.pep.peperonity.net/
12.09.2012 09:20 EDT,


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