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By God’s Disgrace

September 16, 2013

He came to an abrupt stop, touched the skin of his sister’s cheek and then I saw a tear falling down from his face.

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One thought on “By God’s Disgrace

  • Neha

    Such a beautiful, heart-touching story. The last line is thought provoking – “It is said, that the credit for someone’s good deed should never be taken away from the person… And today, By GOD’S DISGRACE, he took the pains of somebody into the glory of HIS.”

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