Once upon a time, A businessman has been very profitable in his business. After this he started behaving in a very arrogant manner with his employees. Seeing this arrogance, all the member's of his family also become arrogant. When all of them become arrogant, the pride of every one will collide with each other. The atmosphere of the house become hell. Sadly, the merchant reached Mahatma Buddha and want to become a servant of Buddha and told all his story. Buddha said,"this time has come for you yet. Whenever you expect for yourself, treat the same with the others". The merchant adopted the teaching of Buddha and the house environment become good. Moral of this story is " do not treat anybody else, who you do not like for yourself".
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