Two men, both truly badly, consumed a similar emergency clinic room. One Patient’s bed was close to the room’s only window. The men talked for quite a long time. They talked about their spouses and families, their homes, their positions, their contribution to the Military Service, where they had been on holiday.
Each evening when the man in the bed by the window could sit up, he would breathe easy by depicting to his roommate every one of the things he could see outside the window.
The man in the other bed started to live for those one-hour time spans where his reality would be expanded and invigorated by all the action and shade of the world outside.
The window Overlooked with a stunning lake. Ducks and swans played on the water while youngsters cruised their model boats. Youthful sweethearts strolled affectionately intertwined in the midst of blossoms of each tone.As the man by the window portrayed this in flawless detail, the man on the opposite side of the room would close his eyes and envision the pleasant scene.
Days and weeks passed.
One morning, the day nurse showed up to bring water for their showers just to find the dormant body of the man by the window, who had passed on calmly in his sleep. She was disheartened and called the medical clinic specialists to remove the body.
When it appeared to be appropriate, the other man inquired as to whether he could be moved close to the window. The nurse was glad to do the switch and subsequent to ensuring he was agreeable, she let him be.
Gradually, horrendously, he set himself up on one elbow to investigate this present reality outside but to his surprise, he found a blank wall, there’s nothing outside except a wall.
Then the man asked the medical caretaker what might have constrained his expired roommate who had portrayed such awesome things outside this window
The attendant reacted that the man was visually impaired and couldn’t see anything.
She said, “Maybe he simply needed to energize you.”
Moral – Life is full of ups and down, So think of all the happiness and spread the joy around yours.