Human beings are more important than machines
Mr. Sharma owned a big garment factory. One day, one of his friends named Johnson from abroad came to meet him. Mr. Sharma was showing him the big machines in his factory. Just then, the recess bell rang and all the workers left for lunch, switching off the machines. Mr. Johnson observed this. After forty minutes, the labourers returned to their work and switched on the machines. After some time, Mr. Sharma and Mr. Johnson went to the cabin. Mr. Johnson said to Mr. Sharma, “Friend, I think you should have introduced me to the people of your company and not machines. After all, the machines are the puppets of human hands.”
Moral: Human beings are more important than machines.