Reflect on this incident:
Fleming, a poor Scottish farmer, heard a cry for help. A boy was stuck to his waist in black muck was struggling to free himself. Fleming saved the boy.
Next day, an elegantly dressed nobleman came to Fleming and said ‘You have saved my son. I want to reward you for your act’.
‘No, I cannot accept any reward for my act. It was my duty’, replied Fleming.
‘Is that your son?’ the nobleman asked pointing to the boy standing next. Fleming nodded in affirmation.
The nobleman offered to educate Fleming’s son as a goodwill gesture. ‘Your son will make you proud’ was his assurance to Fleming.
Years passed. Fleming’s son went on to become Sir Alexander Fleming who invented Penicillin. Years later, the nobleman’s son was stricken with deadly pneumonia. What saved him? ‘Penicillin vaccine.
The name of the nobleman was Lord Randolph Churchill. His son was Winston Churchill.
– If you serve the Universe;
The Universe will serve you.