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Importance of Kindness

A myth submitted to the site by Maria Pilipinas

Cainta , Philippines

Once upon a time an old magical woman live in a golden hill. The golden hill was a gift from a goddess of minerals and land. She have been looking for a heir or heiress for a long time for she want a kind person to own her golden hill.

This woman was very poor because of her kindness the goddess gave the hill. The goddess said that a kind person shall be the heir he or she shall be as kind as you, pretend that you’re a hungry woman and beg whoever gives you anything that they can they should be the landlord.

The woman searched for two months but nobody was kind. A week later the woman was walking down a crowded road she fell. So many people laughed but a poor man and his wife ran to the woman, they pick her and healed her wounds.

The woman said to the man that she would pick him and his wife to be the landlord. Teach your children how to e kind or else they will never enter my golden hill. The man went to the golden hill, there he staid and remained humble and kind. Now we don’t know if the hill is still standing.

By Maria Pilipinas
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