When I was a small kid, I was very fond of listening to stories. Ferries, animals of my like doing so many things of amusement. The Baba distributing sweets to children who take their meal on time was the most desired character. At later times however, I discovered that all was imaginary. Though everything is told to children for some lesson, making it interesting to them, it would have been great if that is taken from true incidences. I have made my mind to look for and search stories from real life for children of different ages. Following is one narrated by my father and confirmed by my Taya Abbu (uncle). Once my Taya Abbu was playing outside in our locality with his friends, there he found a wallet lying on street. He picked it and asked a man standing nearby who looked a little worried. The man said that he lost his wallet. He told some signs which exactly matched the wallet Taya Abbu found. He returned the wallet to the man. The man was extremely happy. He counted the money and checked the stuff in wallet, everything was there. The man tried to give some money to Taya Abbu but he didn’t take it saying that we do not accept reward of good we do to anybody. The man left happily. When Taya Abbu told this story to the family, they were very pleased by the act and admired him. He also did not get any monetary reward from home to teach him that ‘do not expect a worldly reward for your good deeds’. The family still recalls it to tell their younger. Now this story is to be told to my younger sisters and cousins. Same you can do!