So, I was standing at this shop and having a cup of tea. Standing next to me was an old man. A car comes by, the driver buys a pack of smoke and passes it over to the young lady in the backseat. The shopkeeper then tells us that she buys a pack everyday.
The old man in reply- I used to smoke a lot when young. Had to get a bypass done. The end result is quite bad.
Today, I learned something. Through money transaction. It went beyond, though. When I gave the exact change to the bus conductors, to the old woman selling coconuts and to the young lad who offered sugarcane juice. That people relish when something's given when in need or when asked for. And not when given in abundance whereby they're obliged to return. Love.
Caution: Please do not read and get away with the peripheral meaning!