Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to itAccording to Charles R. Swindoll "Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it". Here I would like cite one real and sad incident happened to a person recently in Bengaluru.
A young person who was around 35 years of age, got his wife admitted in a Hospital for delivery. He needed some photo copy of the document for which he visited a nearby shop and asked for a photocopy. The shop person after taking a copy demanded for Rs.10 for the copy. The young person asked shop person when the photoopy costs only Rs.1/- why he is demanding Rs.10/-. The shop person said it is a colour copy. Young person argued he did not ask for colour copy. The argument continued and ended in an altercation. The young person in a fit of rage slapped the shop person. The shop person retaliated and stabbed the young person using a screw driver. Young person died instantly on the spot.
The question is not on who is right or who is wrong. How the young person could have averted the incidence. Young person died. His wife delivered on the next day. Today baby is without father and wife is without her husband.