A story that will make you goosebumps. About a little boy and an old woman ….

I think it is the 3rd or maybe even the 4th story that I upload on the site from other sources. But honestly, I feel the need to share them with you. So if you like them too, share them with your loved ones.


“A little boy wanted to see God. He put two T-shirts and a packet of biscuits in his bag and started the journey. He walked a lot and got tired. He sat down on a bench in a park and opened it. the packet of biscuits to eat. ”On the bench next to him was a sad old woman with her head bowed… he went to her and offered her a biscuit.


The old woman smiled gratefully and reached for the package. The boy was delighted. He sat down next to her… no one said a word. Hours passed… and the two watched as many people took care of their business, not noticing them.


It was evening, and darkness fell over the city. The boy decided it was time to go home. He got up from the bench, put his backpack on his back, and left. He took a few steps, then stopped; He turned and saw that the woman had lowered her sad gaze to the ground again … So he turned and hugged her with his warm hands. At that moment the woman smiled and kissed him on the forehead.


When the boy arrived home, his mother was surprised by the joy on his face:

“What did you do today to make you so happy?”

He replied, “I was in the park with God… And let me tell you something. She has the most beautiful smile I have ever seen in my life! ”

Meanwhile, the old woman returned home. Radiance of joy; Her son was curious about what had happened, so he asked her:

“Mom, what did you do today to make you so happy?”

Her response: “I ate cookies in the park with God.”

Before her son could answer, the old woman added, “You know, he’s a lot younger than I expected.”


We no longer appreciate the power of a touch, a smile, a beautiful word, a sincere compliment or any small act of love… All of these have the potential to change a life.


Remember that no one knows what God looks like. People come into our lives for a reason… they can stay an hour, a day, a month, a year… or a life. “


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