“Mummy, that Akka in the store has given us a toothbrush, without realising it’s already in the toothpaste carton,” said my ten-year-old daughter.
“Okay, I’ll return it tomorrow, it’s already 9’o o’clock. I’m tired, baby.” I noticed her furrowed brows.
I drove to the store. The shutters were halfway down.
I found the young salesgirl slouched over, sobbing. I gave her the toothbrush.
The girl looked up with gratitude and thanked me profusely. Her sweet smile on her tear-stained face warmed my heart.
Now, can you guess the lesson I had learnt from my little one!