The Necklace Story

The Necklace Story

Here’s a Necklace Story through which we convey the message, not to run behind which doesn’t exist in real. So what are you actually chasing? Let’s see in this story.

Once upon a time there was a king who gave his daughter a beautiful diamond necklace.

Days later the necklace were stolen and people in the kingdom searched everywhere but could not find.

Some say that the bird may have been stolen others say that the thief caught it.

So the king asked them all to look for the necklace.

And you have set a reward of fifty thousand gold coins on anyone who can find.

One day a clerk was walking home from a river near an industrial area.

The river was drained and polluted and polluted.

As he walked the clerk saw a sparkle in the river.

When he looked he saw a diamond necklace.

He decided to try to catch it.

So that he could get fifty thousand gold coins.

He put his hand in the dirty river and grabbed the necklace somehow missed it and he didn’t catch it.

Then he reached out and looked again and the necklace was still there.

He tried again, this time getting into the river and soaking his trousers in dirty water.

He put his whole arm around the necklace.

But the strange thing is that he couldn’t get the necklace.

He went out and started walking feeling depressed but then he saw the necklace again, right there.

This time he started to get it, no matter what.

He decided to throw himself into the river.

Although it was an abomination to do, as it was a polluted river.

And his whole body could be dirty.

He went inside and looked for a necklace everywhere.

And yet he failed.

This time he was really confused and went out feeling very depressed that he could not find a necklace that would get him fifty thousand gold coins.

Just then the saint who was passing by saw him and asked him what the problem was.

He told the saint about the necklace and how he tried to hold it but failed.

The saint then told him that perhaps he should try to look up at the branches of the tree instead of the polluted river.

The clerk looked up, and the necklace hung on the tree branch.

He had been trying to take a picture of a real necklace all this time.


Instead of looking for material things or possessions, seek beauty and morality.


Do we see in life what we really are pursuing? Is it real? Or it’s just a sign of Something that doesn’t really exist.

We know from “the story of the necklace” that what we are running for must be real or just fake.

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