“Someone up there sees everything” – a story that will make you believe in a higher justice.
Everyone has come across ugly and cruel individuals who put on a show of virtue. These folks kindly smile while purposefully hurting other people. But eventually, evil is punished, and we have plenty of evidence for this.
We have translated an intriguing tale from Russian psychologist Ana Kirjanova’s book “Small Happiness” that will persuade you that there is still justice in the world and that punishment occasionally comes quite swiftly.
“A lady was torturing another lady while wearing a lovely white coat. Actually not a lady, but a woman in lousy fashion pulling a baby carriage and a youngster with glasses. In a store, to be exact. The woman in the white coat was speaking to her in a very pleasant manner, asking her several questions and showing compassion as she listened to the replies while nodding her head in agreement:
Your girl wears glasses—why is that? What can you do, her vision is bad. Yes, it is obvious that one eye is wandering. She will require surgery, which could not even be beneficial. And why does she not speak? Is she timid? Perhaps she has autism?
Parents initially believe their shy child is shy, but subsequently learn that their youngster is abnormal. How about your husband’s profession? These days, it’s challenging to support two kids. How much are the glasses? What age is the younger child in the carriage?
The poorly dressed woman responded modestly, saying that you can’t ignore those women and walk away because they possess a compelling quality that forces you to bow to them. I am familiar with those people. I approached them to loosen those bonds, then I began collecting potatoes.
The mother and her kids seized the chance to depart, and the woman in the coat said to me: “For some reason, the carriage is locked; who knows what type of monster resides inside. These folks just serve to perpetuate poverty!” I chose a potato and purchased three pieces of excellent ice cream instead of responding. I bought a lot because I was anxious, but that’s not the objective.
The woman in the white coat picked up a container of mayonnaise as I was rummaging around the freezer in search of ice cream. And as soon as she held it in her hands, an amazing event occurred: the jar exploded in her hands!
In other words, her nice coat and cap as well as her elegant makeup met their demise because of the oily mayonnaise that coated everything. Splat! – And it was dispersed throughout. The mayonnaise sprayed everywhere, so everyone ran to clean her up and wipe the floor, walls, and items on the nearby shelves!
Naturally, I gave the glasses-wearing girl and the mother with the carriage ice cream. I do, after all, wear spectacles. I told her, “People who wear glasses should help each other!” and we all chuckled. Little Lena giggled as well; she informed me her name was Lena.
Lena’s mother then opened the carriage while grinning. The only thing inside was a chubby young boy with lovely cheeks who was peacefully dozing off—there was no monster. Additionally, he will receive some ice cream at home. Some people get mayonnaise on their coats and ice cream. because someone in the sky is always watching.