Do You Sell Miracles?|آیا معجزه می فروشید؟

A little girl went to a pharmacy and said: “Sorry, do you sell  miracles?”


The pharmacist smiled and replied: “We don’t sell miracles my dear.”


The little girl said: “But my brother is dying. Something is growing inside his head. My father said he needs a miracle. Then the little girl showed some coins to the pharmacist.


A man who heard the conversation tapped on the little girl’s shoulder and said: “How much do you have my dear?”

The little girl showed her coins.

The pharmacist waved at the man like they were friends.

The man smiled at the pharmacist and said to the little girl: “Wow, these are enough to buy a miracle.”

The little girl cracked a satisfied smile.

The man said: “Can you take me to your brother?”



She walked the stranger to a little room they called home where her mother was crying beside a little boy who was lying on a blanket.

The man introduced himself as a Neurosurgeon.

The mother was shocked.

The doctor asked the mother to bring the little boy to the hospital for all the exams and procedures.

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The mother said sadly: “But we don’t have any money, doctor. Sorry we can’t afford it.”

The doctor replied: “Don’t worry about that, your little girl already paid for all the costs with the miracle that she had bought today.”


The miracle happened and the little boy went through all the procedures without a penny. He survived and everything went well.


This true story had really happened and this kind surgeon (Dr. Majid  Samii) and many other wonderful doctors are doing these miracle surgeries for free for underprivileged patients. God bless all true human beings in this world.



225 thoughts on “Do You Sell Miracles?|آیا معجزه می فروشید؟

      1. exactly .. we have Australian surgeons who operate of civilians who suffer craniofacial injuries in war zones; others who restore eye sight in remote regions; others who do vets without borders … there are all manner of heroes who don’t boast so many miss their wondrous deeds 🙂

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  1. Thank you for sharing!!.. there are good people everywhere, unfortunately they are being overshadowed by negativity today!.. 🙂

    “I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good that I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any creature, let me do it now, for I shall not pass this way again.” W. Penn

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  2. Bless these doctors whom have God given intelligence and that are using it for so much good!
    They’re the hero’s. True hero’s don’t wear capes and fly, they walk among us, doing miracles every single day, spreading their gifts and talents. 😊💛

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  3. Menuda historia más interesante has acercado Laleh, es increíble. ¡Felicidades!
    Lo bueno de todo ello, es qué, ese médico, estaba allí circunstancialmente, si no, habría sido imposible cumplir ese gran milagro que el hermanito necesitaba…
    Realmente extraordinario. Y, muy pocos médicos hacen esas cosas hoy en día. Es tener un corazón amplio, y una mente muy abierta, a los problemas ajenos, sobre todo, de una pequeña y su familia.
    Un abrazo,

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  4. Wonderful story. Even better in that it is true! My only “gift” is recovering from mental illness. So I am on a team that leads a support group for the mentally ill at our church. Like the Doctor, we all have something to give away. Thank you for giving away wonderful, inspiring stories!

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      1. We complain so often about a human being that a little human. But they are fortunately with reason and heart. They spend their time and money. It’s comforting, because we still have more bad examples. Or maybe the bad ones are aired and good ones are quiet.

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  5. Despite what much of the news agencies around the world frequently report, there are indeed many, many good, wonderful, empathetic, humane people all over the world found in a kaleidoscope of places and settings! ❤

    Touching story Laleh. Thank you for sharing it. 🙂

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  6. There is so much negativity in the world. So much selfishness. So much fear that someone might take something from you that you are unwilling to give. It is heartbreaking to see so much pain on so many faces and so much smugness on the faces of people who too much. It was good to read something so opposite of what the media thinks we want to read that stokes so much hate in people.

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  7. I enjoyed reading your writing as well as feeling your passion, love, and respect for your culture. Thank you for reminding us of the beauty we can find in everyday living. .

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  8. Inspiring story! Surely, she was directed by God to be in the right place at the right time and to speak the right words.

    Minor edits:
    For dialogue tags, a comma, not a colon, should follow “said”
    “This true story had really” [remove “had”. It should just be the “simple past” verb form for this sentence.]

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