Bad deeds and Good deeds

Bad deeds stay with you, but good deeds come back as gifts

Bad deeds stay with you, but good deeds come back as gifts


One woman made bread for her family every day and left an extra loaf of bread in the window. Hunchback man would take the bread with him every day. Instead of expressing gratitude, he would whisper – “Bad deeds remain with you, but good deeds come back as gifts.” The woman was upset with him because he never thanked her. But even then the woman kept bread for the hump. And Kunjo also muttered the same thing all the time. In this way, the woman became annoyed at the hunchback. He decided to mix poison with bread the next day. Bhabanamat mixed twenty with bread the next day and left it at the window.

Hunchback man came and took the bread and left. As he left, he muttered, “Bad deeds remain with you, but good deeds come back as gifts.” On the other hand, the woman’s son went to another city in search of work. He has not been found for 4-5 months. The woman prayed every day for the boy. That day suddenly the woman heard a knock on her door. He opened the door and saw his son standing in the doorway. Her son’s condition was very good. He was very hungry and sick. His clothes were torn. He hugged his mother and cried and said – “I might not be able to go back today. There was not a single point of energy in my body. At the request of a crook, he gave me some bread and told me to spend my day eating this bread every day. But today you need more than me. You take it. ” I ate that bread and returned home today. ”


But he kept regretting. So she dropped the poisoned bread and put a new one in the window. Hunchback man came and took the bread and left. As he left, he muttered, “Bad deeds remain with you, but good deeds come back as gifts.” On the other hand, the woman’s son went to another city in search of work. He has not been found for 4-5 months. The woman prayed every day for the boy. That day suddenly the woman heard a knock on her door.

The woman did not realize that the bread was made by her hands and that she gave the bread to her son. Then the woman remembered the bread mixed with poison. If she hadn’t dropped it, her son would have died today. She thanked God Almighty a thousand times.

She opened the door and saw his son standing in the doorway. Her son’s condition was very good. He was very hungry and sick. His clothes were torn. He hugged his mother and cried and said – “I might not be able to go back today. There was not a single point of energy in my body. At the request of a crook, he gave me some bread and told me to spend my day eating this bread every day. But today you need more than me. You take it. ” I ate that bread and returned home today. ”
Moral: Bad deeds stay with you, but good deeds come back as gifts.

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