Very Short English Stories | Story in English

Once upon a time four friends lived in a house with a dog. The friends were devoted to each other and to the dog as well. They had taken avow to live and die together. One day it so happened that one of the friends went to a well nearby to drink water. While returning, a fit suddenly seized him and he began to writhe on the ground. When his companions saw him, they rushed to his side, and before they could do anything his convulsions ceased. and he was dead. The friends began to lament and cry. Lifting their voice to the sky they said. "O God, if our friendship is true, may we too join our departed friend because without him, we cannot stay alive." As soon as these words came out of their mouths, there was a loud rumbling and the earth split under their feet. All the four friends and their dog went down. The earth closed again. and then everything was quiet.

1. Story in English

                        Round himself Akbat collected a brilliant group of men. devoted to him and his ideals. Among these were the two famous brothers fyzee and Abul Fazl, Birbal. Raja Man Singh and abdul Rahim Khankhana. His toleration of views and his encouragement to all kinds of beliefs and opinions went so far as to anger some of the more orthodox Moslems. He even tried to start an ew synthetic faith to suit every body. it was in his reign that the cultural amalgamation of Hindu and Moslem in 'North' 'ndia took a long step forward. 

2. Story in English

Vivekanand Spoke of many things, But the one constant refrain of his speech and writing was abhay - be fearless, be strong. For him Man was no Miserable sinner but a part of divinity, why should he be afraid of anything? "If there is a sin in The world, it is weakness; avoid all weakness is sin weakness is death," That had been the great lesson of the Upanishads, Fear breeds evil and weeping and Wailing. There had been enough of that, enough of softness.

3. Story in English

If a man sleeps in a damp place, he will wake up with an aching back and feeling half dead. If men tried to live in trees, they would be scared out of their wits; but are monkeys? Of the two, which knows the right place to live? Men eat meat : deer eat grass. Will you tell me, please, which of these has the correct taste?.......Men considered Mao Ch' iang and Li' the most attractive of women. but on catching Sight of them fish dived deep in the water, birds soared high in the air, and deer ran away. Which of thes four has the right standard of Beauty?

4. Story in English

We Indians do not have to go abroad in search of the past. We have an abundance of it in our country. If we go to foreign countries it is in search of the present. The search is necessary. Isolation from the present means retrogression and decay. The world of Emerson's time has changed. Life has become internationalised. We have to play our part in this internationalism, and for this it is necessary to travel, meet others, learn from them and understand them. 

5. Story in English

A young man is not in a position to study the world carefully and to know its secrets. We are unable to distinguish between right and wrongs. We do not know what allow themselves to be guided by their elders-parents, guardians and teachers. They should be well informed that the only well-wishers of their life are the teaches and guardians, and not the friends that mislead them. students should be submissive to the orders of teachers. They should not forget that if they wish to be obeyed they should obey others.

6. Story in English

Newton  had a very busy life. Every minute was occupied in thought of experiment and he even grudged the time he had to spend in sleep and in taking meals with the result that he neither slept nor ate regularly. A friend once called to see him, and learning that Newton was busy, he resolved to wait till he appeared for dinner which was already on the table. After waiting for a considerable time he began to feel hungry, so he sat sown and ate Newton's dinner. When at last the great man appeared. he greeted his friend and sat down to have dinner. On finding the dishes empty, he greeted his friend and sat sown to have dinner. On finding the dishes empty, he remarked without showing any surprise, " Oh ! I have already taken my dinner. How silly I am !"

 One November afternoon, a child come to Rhyader's light house studio. She was about twelve, slender, dirty, nervous and timid. In her arms she carried some thing. She was desperately afraid of the ugly mean she had come to see, but she had heard some where that this man would heal injured things. The man's voice was deep and kind when he spoke to her arms was a large white bird which was quite still. There ware stains of blood on its whiteness. The girl placed it in his arms. " I found it, Sir. It's hurt, Is it still alive?" Child, where did you find it?" "yes" said Threader, "We will try. You con help me . she been short, poor thing, her leg is broken and the wing too,"

Nobody con argue that the acquisition of knowledge is more fun and easier with commuters. The mere activity of touching and exploring this device constitutes an enjoyable task for an child this, accompanied by the relaxing attitude and software interactivity, usually contributes to a better grasping of new knowledge. At a higher educational level, The availability of digital book, simulator and other academic materials provide the student with an ever accessible source of information, That otherwise would not be at hand. But, besides the increeasing complexity and behaviour of intelligent software, which is usually embedded in the academic dilgital material, the need for human interaction in the learning process will always be present, at least in the foreseeable future. There is the necessity for a human being to be able to determine what the specific needs of each individual are. A computer, no matter how sophisticate its software is, can hardly mimic that expertise of a teacher in how to explain and adapt comples concepts to  different individuals.