Mini Saga #124 – Ubuntu

By Rajesh Setty | Published on:

Mini Saga #124 – Ubuntu

Anthropologist Rob placed a fruit basket near a tree. He asked kids from an African tribe to race to win it. The kids smiled, held their hands and ran together. They sat and ate fruits together. When questioned, one kid said, “how can one be happy when others are sad…”

This mini saga was inspired by a story shared on Facebook in a group called Raising Natural Kids.

Note:

1. A mini saga is a story told in exactly 50 words. Not 49 or 51 but exactly 50.

2. You can download a photographic manifesto of Mini Sagas at ChangeThis. Here is the link – Mini Sagas: Bite-sized Wisdom for Life and Business (PDF, 2.9MB).

3. For a complete list of Mini Sagas, please see the entire list here or at Squidoo.

 

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