2 in the afternoon, the sun is doing its job strictly meets me to say hello when I was dragging my Royal Enfield Classic-500. I had just reached the main highway and my plans where that I will refill the tank as soon as I reach the nearest petrol pump. Well I had something for surprise, the tank got empty and I was left with no choice other than dragging the 180 kg machine. After few steps I realized that I need to check my nicotine intake as I was sweating heavily and flashing my unclean tongue. I was tired, thirsty and felt like a capital punishment awarded to me by the Royal Enfield fan club for not taking care of my bike.
Suddenly I saw a bike man came driving from front and stopped to ask me.
Bike man: What happened?
PN: felt like telling no it’s my hobby to drive like this as its TGIF but ended up telling the truth that no petrol.
Bike man: It’s 2 km from here and you are on a ‘ghat’ so it’s a long way for you.
PN: yes I have no choice.
Bike man: don’t worry, let’s get a bottle and I can give you petrol.
PN: I was surprised initially by his helping nature but left with no choice I locked my bike and went to the look for a bottle
Bike man: hello I have got a bottle
Bike man gets a small empty pint bottle of Heineken and fills with petrol and gives it to me.
PN: I fill my tank with no words to tell. Loads of question I wanted to ask but I could hardly open my mouth.
PN: Sir what is your name
Bike man: Angel
I wanted to give him some money but hopefully I didn’t do that. I asked his name, thanked him repeatedly and he stood there watching me as I left.
That bottle of petrol had a worth that cannot be accounted for. I don’t know why he stopped and came from the wrong side to help me. I had always read about angels and here I was watching in front of me helping.
So, angels do exist and you can be one too. Think over it.