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Maikham Adil
Maikham Adil
Karachi Public School
The Sand And The Stone
Published On Feb 2nd 2014
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Once upon a time there were two friends named Qasim and Ashmaan who were walking through a desert. During some point of the journey they had an argument and Qasim slapped Ashmaan on the face. Ashmaan got hurt but without saying anything he wrote on the sand. "Today my best friend slapped me on my face". They kept on walking until they found an Oasis where they decided to take a bath. Ashmaan got stuck in the mud and starting drowning but Qasim saved him. Ashmaan wrote on a stone "Today my best friend saved my life". Qasim asked, "After I hurt you, you wrote on the sand and now you have written on a stone. Why?" Ashmaan replied: " When someone hurts us we should write it down on the sand where winds of forgiveness can erase it away but when someone does something good for us we must write it on a stone where no winds can erase it.''Smile
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Comments 12
Ashra I hate makiham previous but today we are good friend Ashra
Jul 27th 2014
 
 
KHAN Ummm,Ashra I guess you like him and hate him! Khan
Apr 30th 2014
 
 
Tooba Nice Tooba
Apr 13th 2014
 
 
Ashra Good Ashra
Apr 10th 2014
 
 
Ashra Good Ashra
Apr 10th 2014
 
 
 Shiza Its gr8!!! Shiza
Mar 17th 2014
 
 
Ashra We are good friends Ashra
Mar 16th 2014
 
 
Ashra Sorry when i write your comments i am in very anger you story is very good again SORRY Ashra
Mar 15th 2014
 
 
Ashra Fail 0/10 Ashra
Mar 15th 2014
 
 
Ashra Your mark is 9/10 GOOD Ashra
Mar 15th 2014
 
 
Ashra Good but i fell very bad to see my comment you give me 5/10 marks Ashra
Mar 13th 2014
 
 
KHAN Gr8 Khan
Feb 3rd 2014
 
 

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