A poor Scottish farmer was out walking one day when he heard a plaintive cry for help coming from the nearby bog. He ran to assist and found a boy mired almost to the waist in the black muck. Extending his staff, the farmer pulled the boy out.
The next day, a handsome team and carriage came up to the Scotsman's small hut and an elegantly dressed gentleman stepped out. He offered a reward to the Scotsman, who refused it. Just then the farmer's young son came to the door. Seeing him, the nobleman made the Scotsman an offer: “Let me take your son and give him a good education. If the lad is anything like his father, he'll grow into a man you can be proud of. “The Scotsman liked this and shook hands on the bargain.
In time, the Scotsman's son graduated from St. Mary's Hospital Medical School, London. He later became Sir Alexander Fleming, the noted discoverer of penicillin.
Years later the nobleman's son was stricken with pneumonia, but was saved through the use of penicillin. The nobleman was Lord Randolph Churchill and his son was Winston Churchill.
Help others with no ulterior motives. The Good God Almighty will richly bless you. Eddy Chai.