|Develop a story in 150-200 words with the help of the hints provided.|
|While coming out of the bank I saw a monkey walking menacingly towards me. I panicked. The monkey snatched my bag and ran up a nearby tree. I............|
|I was driving fast. As I hit the main road I saw an upturned motorbike and a man lying beside it. I decided to help but the thought of my grumpy boss and a prefixed business meeting.........|
While coming out of the bank. I saw a monkey walking menacingly towards me. I panicked. The monkey snatched my bag and ran up a nearby tree. I was shocked and a chill went down my spine. The bag had my life-savings in it. I had withdrawn a big amount of money from the bank for the wedding of my daughter. Now it was in the hands of the monkey. Whooping sound of the monkey made me all the more angry. I picked up a stone and threw it at the monkey. Instead of being frightened, he growled and frowned at me. Then he did something peculiar. He plucked a fruit from the tree and threw it at me. I was very confused. I did not dare ask anybody for help because I did not want anyone to know that I was taking home such a big amount.
Then an idea came to my mind. I realised that the monkey had copied my action by throwing the fruit at me. So I took an empty bag and threw it on the ground. The monkey copied me and threw down the bag too. I hurriedly collected my bag and heaved a sigh of relief. Happily, I went home. So, presence of mind can find a way out of any difficulty.
I was driving fast, as I hit the main road. I saw an upturned bike and a man lying beside it. I decided to help him but the thought of my grumpy boss and a pre-fixed business meeting hampered me from doing that. It was an important day for me because my promotion depended on that meeting. I really wanted to help him as a good human being, but time constraints were there. I wanted to ignore everything and was trying to move on but I could not. The thought of the man lying on the road made me feel worse. I forgot about the meeting and my boss. Immediately, I went to the injured man, checked whether he was alive or not. I called an ambulance and took him to the nearest hospital. Within two hours, the formalities were done. I did whatever I could do to help him. During this process, I had informed my boss about the accident and the reason for being late. When I reached office, rather than scolding me, he appreciated my good deed. The meeting was postponed for three hours. The clients and my boss-both were happy and I also got promoted. Through this incident, I have learnt that, "good deed always pays off".
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