Short Stories On Friendship Day:Some people successfully carry their childhood friendship for whole life however someone get break in between due to the misunderstanding, lack of time or other problems. Some people tend to have many friends at their kindergarten or primary level but only one or no one they carry in later life. Some people tend to have only one or two friends which they carry in later life even in old age very wisely. Friends can be from outside the family (neighbour, relative, etc) or inside the family (one of the family members).
Friends can be both types good or bad, good friends lead us on good path whereas bad friends lead us on bad path, so we should be careful while choosing friends in life. Bad friends can be proved very bad to us as they are quite enough to ruin our life completely. We need someone special in our life to share our feelings (happy or sad), to talk someone to remove our loneliness, to make laugh someone sad and many more. In the good company of our friends we get motivation to do any hard work in life and it becomes easy to pass bad times cheerfully.
Short Stories On Friendship Day
Here are the collection of short and sweet stories on HAPPY FRIENDSHIP DAY which will remind you of your best buddies and the memories of you and your friends
A Stories About Friendship for Kids
One day a lion was sleeping in his den. A mouse was also playing nearby. By chance Ole mouse ran over the lion. This made the lion wake up. The lion caught the mouse. He was ready to kill it.
‘Please do not kill me,’ said the mouse. ‘I am a tiny creature. Please save me.’
The lion felt pity for the mouse. He smiled and let the mouse go.
A few days after the lion was walking in a jungle. He found himself caught in a hunter’s net. He roared and rolled to get out of the net. But he failed.
The mouse heard the roar. It at once ran to the lion and said, ‘Please don’t roar. I’ll on set you free.’
It cut through the net and set the lion free.
Moral: Sometimes the smallest of friends can make a biggest impact in your life. The good you do for those small friends will come back when you badly need support.
A sad friendship story
Tom and John were two friends. One day they were passing through a dense forest.
John said, “Friend, I am afraid there are wild beasts in this forest. What will we do if a wild beast attacks us?”
“Don’t be afraid, John,” said Tom, “I shall stand by your side if any danger comes. We shall fight together and save ourselves.” Thus talking they went on their journey.
But suddenly they saw a bear coming towards them. Tom at once got up the nearest tree. He did not think what his friend would do.
John did not know how to climb a tree. He had no way of escape. He was helpless.
But soon he took a plan. He fell flat on the ground like a dead man.
The bear came up to John. It smelt his nose, ears and eyes. It took him to be dead and went away.
Then Tom came down from the tree. He said to John, “What did the bear whisper in your ear?”
John said, “The bear told me not to trust a friend who leaves his friend in danger.”
Moral: An insincere and evil friend is more to be feared than a wild beast; as a wild beast can harm your body, but an evil friend can wound your soul.
An Inspiring friendship story
Once a deer, a crow, a mouse and a turtle were great friends.
One day the deer went out to graze. He was caught in a hunter net. In the even in the deer did not return to his friends.
The mouse said to the crow, ‘Will you fly over the trees and find the deer? Then fly back to us and tell us where he is.’
The crow flew away. He came back after half an hour. He said, ‘Our friend, the deer is in the hunter’s net.’
‘What shall we do’? said the mouse and the turtle.
‘I will take mouse on my back,’ said the crow. ‘He will bite through the net and set the deer free.’
‘Yes,’ said the mouse. I will do that.’
‘And I will walk to the deer,’ said the turtle. The crow took the mouse on his back and flew with him to the deer.
The mouse bit through the net. The deer was free. The turtle got friends were all very happy together.
Moral: We must indeed all hang together, or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately ~ Benjamin Franklin
A Touching story about friendship
A voyaging ship was wrecked during a storm at sea and only two of the men on it were able to swim to a small, desert like island.
The two survivors who have been a good friends, not knowing what else to do, agreed that they had no other recourse but to pray to God. However, to find out whose prayer was more powerful, they agreed to divide the territory between them and stay on opposite sides of the island.
The first thing they prayed for was food. The next morning, the first man saw a fruit-bearing tree on his side of the land, and he was able to eat its fruit. The other man’s parcel of land remained barren.
After a week, the first man was lonely and he decided to pray for a wife. The next day, another ship was wrecked, and the only survivor was a woman who swam to his side of the land. On the other side of the island, there was nothing.
Soon the first man prayed for a house, clothes, more food. The next day, like magic, all of these were given to him. However, the second man still had nothing.
Finally, the first man prayed for a ship, so that he and his wife could leave the island. In the morning, he found a ship docked at his side of the island. The first man boarded the ship with his wife and decided to leave the second man on the island.
He considered the other man unworthy to receive God’s blessings, since none of his prayers had been answered.
As the ship was about to leave, the first man heard a voice from heaven booming, “Why are you leaving your companion on the island?”
“My blessings are mine alone, since I was the one who prayed for them,” the first man answered. “His prayers were all unanswered and so he does not deserve anything.”
“You are mistaken!” the voice rebuked him. “He had only one prayer, which I answered. If not for that, you would not have received any of my blessings.”
“Tell me,” the first man asked the voice, “What did he pray for that I should owe him anything?”
“He prayed that all your prayers be answered “
Moral: For all we know, our blessings are not the fruits of our prayers alone, but those of another praying for us (Congregational Prayer). Value your friends, don’t leave your loved ones behind.
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