Why Me ???

Whenever something wrong happens, Many of us start asking god ..
Why me ???

read this true story..
And think again,


Arthur Robert Ashe, Jr. , an American World No 1 professional tennis player. He won three Grand Slam titles, ranking him among the best tennis players from the United States.

In the early 1980s, Ashe is believed to have contracted HIV from a blood transfusion he received during heart bypass surgery. Ashe publicly announced his illness in April 1992.

And soon he starts getting lots of letters from fans. One of that letter says …. Why god choose you for this deadly disease ?

To answer this Arthur says …
5 crore boys starts playing tennis,
50 lac learn how to play it,
Out of which 5 lac becomes professional tennis players,
50 thousand boys enters the tennis circuit,
From those 5 thousand boys get selected for grand slam,
And only 50 tennis players get selected for WIMBLEDON.
4 of them reach the semi finals and only 2 reach the finale.
From those 2 , when I won that trophy …
I never asked god that,
Why he choose me ?
So, why should I ask him now ?

Practice makes you perfect …
Sorrow makes you a man..
Defeat teaches you the politeness,
Victory shines your personality,
But only the confidence gives you courage to face whatever comes in your way

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13 thoughts on “Why Me ???

      1. Suggestions on story upto now .. Alright .. Whenever I will write next chapters I’ll mail you.. keep checking your Inbox 😂😂😂

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