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Among the poems of Rabindranath Tagore titled Gitanjali, there is one [No.50] that tells the story of a beggar. As he went begging from door to door, his king appeared in his golden chariot before him. He thought that the king would give him great riches and his evil days were over. So he stood waiting for alms from the king. The chariot stopped where he stood. The king looked at him and came down to him from his chariot. The beggar felt the luck of his life. Then, all of a sudden, the king held out his hands to the beggar and asked: “What do you have that you could offer me?” The beggar thought, “What a kingly jest that the king begs to a beggar!” Confused and undecided, he opened his begging bag and took out a small grain and gave it to the king. But, to his great surprise and enlightenment, when he emptied his bag at the end of the day, he saw a small grain of gold among the heap. He remembered, that was what he had offered to the king. And he wept bitterly and wished, if he only had the heart to give all that he had!!!

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