The Obvious Choice

Submitted by Bhaktin Amrita ( Nairobi )

As we were distributing books, I stopped a man who was walking with his daughter who looked to be about 5-6yrs old. The man willingly stopped and showed a lot of interest in the books. After a lot of deliberation he couldn’t choose a book, so he turned to his daughter and asked her to choose what she wanted. The girl didn’t waste any time, just pointed at the Bhagavad Gita that we had placed on a window grill. The father was quite surprised but at the same time he respected her choice and promised to read the Bhagavad Gita to the daughter every day. At the same time he took some more books.  Both of them walked away happily.

Bhaktin Amrita  on the streets of Nairobi

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