Posted by sk8rgurl on .
The story I am writing about is similar to a song called "Chain of Love" by Clay Walker. This song and the story, "What Goes Around Comes Around," by an unknown author have the exact same concept.
"The Chain Of Love"
“You don't owe me a thing,
I've been there too
Someone once helped me out,
Just the way I'm helping you
If you really want to pay me back,
Here's what you do
Don't let the chain of love end with you”
The song is about a man who helps a stranded woman and could have asked for money, but instead told her to pay him by helping another person who needs it. She leaves the waitress about five hundred dollars, and it just so happens, the waitress is the man, Joes wife. So the man got about five hundred dollars, from helping one person. He could have asked the woman for twenty dollars, but didn’t and got rewarded.
Many people do not help others for the sake of helping others. My mom and dad raised me, my sister, and my big brother to do that. What goes around comes around. If you are mean, nothing good will come around for you. Sometimes, when you do something, the thing that comes around may just be a happy feeling inside. Just knowing you did something for someone is enough. I haven't read this story in class, this year, nor any other year. This story just spoke to me; the moral is the same as what my parents have raised me on and what my parents were raised upon. This song takes up some of this essay, but it is exactly the same and every bit better than what I could say.
Something that everyone needs to know is what comes around goes around, comes around. If you help the less fortunate, you will be helped. If you ever think you are above and beyond others to help them, think about a time when you may have been in that same position, and needed help. Did you get a hero? You can be a hero to someone, even if you haven't been in a position like that, do it out of the kindness of your heart. And I bet you, no matter what, you have been in a situation like that. You may be rich, but do us all a favor; think about those who are poor.
I had to write an essay over a short story with a good moral. Is this okay? Thank you so much... ☺♥☺