Pay it forward

There is something special about this bakery school.

One batch in a month is conducted free-of-cost for street urchins, and they are provided jobs in other outlets, if found competent. The owner, Jack remembers the humiliation he faced when he stole a loaf of bread for his hungry sister. He was all of eight years old.

James Baker employed him as a helper, on finding out. Jack had since learnt the job well, and grown by leaps and bounds. He owns a chain of bakeries and hotels in the state.

It is now his turn to pay it forward …


Flash Fiction for the Piurposeful Practitioner 2018 Week #33


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