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Inspirational Short Stories for Work and Life
We started this blog to inspire people (our primary way of inspiring was through videos) and we believe that we did a descent job so far. And then, we figured out that posting inspirational short stories are equally a great way of inspiring people too.
So, we started publishing good inspirational stories along with videos. We have posted so many stories and we realized that we lost track of all stories that we posted on this blog. So over the past few days we started organizing them; and here we are with the final list.
Inspirational Short Stories for Work and Life
Note: Most of these stories are posted in different point in time so we posted the links to this short story collection. Please visit the links below to read the stories.
A list of 8 wonderful short stories for work as well as for life. Each story takes just one minute to read so its safe to take a look at it if you are looking for some inspiration. Two videos are included at the bottom of the post and if you have time please make an attempt to watch them too.
A wonderful short story in pictures on how the little ones overcame the impossible. Sometimes its really tough to describe some beautiful stories in words so people created this beautiful picture presentation.
A wonderful story about relationship. This one takes fairly longer time to read but it is completely worth reading. We managed to receive 1000 hits on this post with in 10 mins of posting this on our facebook page, this story is that good.
Yet another collection of cool short stories for relationship which takes just one minute each to read. These wonderful stories can help you understand how to deal with different situations in relationships. You should give this a read if you are newly married or about to start a relationship with somebody.
Sometimes we post individual stories as an individual article and this one is one among them. A beautiful short story of a poor man and his wife with a great moral. You might find this short story about love and faith interesting too. The beauty of most of these stories is that most of them just take a minute or two to read. And almost all of them will teach you great life lessons.
Earlier today, we managed to collect some inspirational friendship stories and we have shortlisted few of the best and published then in the article above. We might even extend the list soon or later. There are some great friendship stories out there, so don’t miss them.
So that’s all the stories we have collected so far. If you have a good short story and if you like to share it on this blog, please let us know.
So we have posted more short stories to our collection and this time the stories are even shorter. The link above points to you a very short story collection that talks about success, attitude, love, affection, innocence, faith, joy and sharing. We seriously recommend you to check the above link. All it takes is couple of minutes of your time but the inspiration it delivers is enormous.
By the end of October 2014, we managed to gather couple of stories for children. One story teaches then how and when seize and opportunity and the other story teaches them the importance of telling the truth. A seriously good read if you are to learn a story to be said to your kid. If you liked the 2 stories mentioned above, you might also love this wonderful short story about Life.
My dad told me a wonderful little story describing the importance of having vision in life which I have posted on the link above. I have also improvised the article with some really interesting quotes about vision. Hope you like them.
Short Stories for Kids with Great Life Lession – Bed Time Story
A business man was late for his flight. He reached the boarding gate just before it closed. Sweating and out of breath, he scanned his boarding pass at the counter and quickly made his way to the plane.
Arriving at his seat, he greeted his companions for the next few hours: a middle-aged woman sitting at the window, and a little girl sitting on the aisle seat. After stowing his bag above, he took his place between them.
After the flight took off, he began a conversation with the little girl. She appeared to be about the same age as his daughter and was busy with her coloring book. He asked her a few usual questions, such as her age (eight), her hobbies (cartoons and drawing), as well as her favorite animal (horses are pretty, but she just loved cats). He found it strange that such a young girl would be traveling alone, but he kept his thoughts to himself and decided to keep an eye on her to make sure she was okay.
About an hour into the flight, the plane suddenly began experiencing extreme turbulence. The pilot came over the PA system and told everyone to fasten their seat belts and remain calm, as they had encountered rough weather.
Several times over the next half hour the plane made drastic dips and turns, shaking all the while. Some people began crying, and many―like the woman in the window seat―were praying intently. The man was sweating and clenching his seat as tightly as he could, and exclaim “Oh my God!” with each increasingly violent shake of the plane.
Meanwhile, the little girl was sitting quietly beside him in her seat. Her coloring book and crayons were put away neatly in the seat pocket in front of her, and her hands were calmly resting on her legs. Incredibly, she didn’t seem worried all.
Then, just as suddenly as it had begun, the turbulence ended. The pilot came on a few minutes later to apologize for the bumpy ride and to announce that they would be landing soon. As the plane began its descent, the man said to the little girl, “You are just a little girl, but I have never met a braver person in all my life! Tell me, dear, how is it that you remained so calm while all of us adults were so afraid?”
Looking him in the eyes, she said, “My father is the pilot, and he’s taking me home.”
There are deep lessons in this story and each will find their own. This is the way I understand it…
The little girl represents our personality. The journey, our life. The man, the inner commentator. The woman, represents the belief in a greater power. The pilot, the girl’s father, represents our true nature, which is reliably guiding us back home, to itself.
The more we recognize our true nature and rest in it, the more we will trust our journey even when it gets really rough. This goes beyond believing in a greater power, for the greatest power is not somewhere above us, it is right here with us and within us, it is our true nature. And it doesn’t require belief, it requires recognition.
May this beautiful story inspire you and brighten your path. May you have a happy and colorful journey!