We should not be miserly
Once there lived a miser. He was such a big miser that he wouldn’t even buy new clothes for himself. His daughter Meera didn’t like her father living in ragged clothes. One day, she went to a nearby cloth shop and said to the shopkeeper, “Tomorrow I will come to your shop with my father. Tell him that you are selling clothes on sale. I will pay the remaining amount later on.” The shopkeeper agreed. The next day, Meera went to the cloth shop with her father. The father happily bought some clothes for himself thinking that the clothes were on sale. Later on, Meera paid the remaining amount. When the rich merchant came to know about this, he decided to give up his miserly nature.
Moral: We should not be miserly.