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Once upon a time, there was a boy who was very poor. He wanted to go to school, but he didn’t have enough money. So, he came up with an idea to sell newspapers to earn some money for his education.

One day, the boy was feeling extremely hungry. He hadn’t eaten anything all day. As he went from house to house selling newspapers, he decided to ask for some food at the next house he visited. He hoped someone would be kind enough to help him.

Unfortunately, many people turned him down and refused to give him any food. But then, something amazing happened. A girl at one house saw how hungry the boy was and offered him a glass of milk. She was so kind that she didn’t even want any money in return for the milk.

As time went on, many years passed by. The girl who had shown such kindness to the hungry boy fell ill. She was very sick and needed help from a doctor. But when she went to different doctors in town, they all refused to treat her because she couldn’t afford their services. Determined to find help, the girl decided to go to the best doctor in town. She hoped that he would be kind enough to treat her, even if she couldn’t pay.

The doctor agreed to help her! He spent months treating her and making sure she got better. When the girl finally recovered and was ready to leave the hospital, she received a bill for all the medical care she had received. But when she opened the bill, she couldn’t believe her eyes. It said, “Paid in full, with a glass of milk.”

Moral: Good deeds are always rewarded.

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