Outstanding people don’t usually come from reputable families. Yes they may be from reputable families but it will be through parents. Through what we call gyns, since we say like mother like daughter and like father like son.
From an unknown village lived a poor lady who answered to the name Batsirai which means the helper. She was a widow. Her husband died in a cyclone which took place in their area in the nineteen nineties. She never got married again so as to move on. She acquiesced to her new life. Batsirai was at the acme of the abortive situation. Nobody praised her because of her poverty. Everyone used to split saliva on her.
In that same village lived a rich man by the name Chamaharamushana which means nothing is for free. He never helped anyone. He had the acme of brusqueness to Batsirai. He used to split masticated food on her.
One day when The Almighty God wanted to show the poor woman’s power, the rich man’s one and only son went for swimming without the ant elderly person. After about twenty minutes of allure swimming the boy lost control and started drowning. He drank a lot of dirty water from the polluted river while struggling trying to save himself. Fortunate enough Batsirai was passing by on her way to fetch firewood and saw the boy struggling in the water. She ran to the river and helped the boy adeptly an audaciously. She ran at a life threatening speed to the rich man’s house.
Chamaharamushana didn’t expect Batsirai as his visitor. When he was about to shout brutal words to her, he saw his dying son adjacent to her. He started stammering as if he wanted to say good words to her. The boy was taken to the hospital and the doctors told the rich man that if it were not Batsirai’s presence at the river the boy would have died.
Batsirai was a doctor by profession but she could not link with others because nobody valued her presence in the village. From this day Chamaharamushana and other villagers learned not to judge people by look on their face. Don’t judge the book by its cover. She lived exultantly ever after, just like others did. Conclusively and veraciously speaking she was an army.