A man went to a pious person and asked, “What’s the vale of life??”
The pious person gave him a stone and told him to figure out its value without selling it.
The man then took the stone to an orange seller and asked about its vale.
The orange seller offered 12 oranges for it. The man refused and told the seller that he can’t sell it.
Then, he went to the vegetable seller and also asked him what’s the value of the stone.
The vegetable seller offered a sack of potatoes which the man refused too.
Then he proceeded to the jewellery shop and again asked about the value of the stone.
He was offered 100,000$ which he refused too.
But the jeweler offered 150,000$ again, however the man explained that he should not sell the stone.
In the end, he went to a precious stone shop and asked about the value of this shiny stone.
The seller saw the ruby, laid it down a red cloth and he put it on it.
He asked the man where he got the stone and told him that he could never be able to purchase it even he sold the whole world and his own life.
The man was stunned and went back to that pious person and explained to him what happened.
Then he asked one more time: “What’s the value of life?”
To which the pious person replied.”The answer you got from the orange seller, the vegetable seller, the jeweler and the precious stone’s seller explained the value of our life”
You may be a precious stone, even priceless, but people may value you based on their level of information, their belief on you, their motive behind entertaining you, their ambition, and their risk taking ability.
But don’t fear, you will surely find someone who will discern your true vale.
Everyone is unique and precious.
You should respect yourself and know that nobody can replace you.
Mola Ali (KUW) ka farman hai (Mafhoom):
Tumhare nafs ki kam az kam qeemat "Jannat" hai, isay jannat se kam qeemat par kabi mat becho"
Allah insan ko baqaa dena chahta hai, ye insan ki bad'naseebi hai jo apni qeemat nahi janta or aise amaal kerta hai k halaak ho jata hai.