In one of my unforgettable experiences I have, I am reminded of a puppy stocked to a mud in a rice paddy.
Before I was working at a local bank as a crop inspector of the bank’s prospective farmer-borrower, I was on my way to visit a rice farm.
While walking at the rice paddy, I spotted at a distance a farmer and a puppy walking together. After a moment, I noticed that the puppy was no more to be seen. As I came nearer to the farmer, I saw him stooping, trying to help out the puppy which is stuck in the mud after it accidentally fell on the knee-deep mud.
The farmer was extending his hand to reach the troubled puppy, struggling to get out from the mud. While he was about to reach the puppy, the man shouted for his hand was bitten by the puppy. He warded off the puppy which was thrown to away to the middle of the rice field.
In real life, we have that kind of people whom we wanted to help them instead we are condemned and we receive any form of vindictive and foul languages cursing us so much.
Do you experience that after you have assisted them, helped them you are treated venomously? Their gratefulness is nowhere to find.