His name was desire, he was a poor Scottish farmer. One day while trying to make a living for his family, he heard a cry for help from a nearby swamp. He dropped his tools, ran there and found a young boy depressed to the waist in the swamp, frightened, screaming and trying to break free. The farmer saved the young man from what could have been a slow and cruel death. The next day, an elegant team arrived at the farm. A noble, elegantly dressed, came out and presented himself as the father of the boy the farmer helped. "I want to reward you," said the noble. You saved my son's life! "I can not accept payment for what I did," said the Scottish farmer. At the same moment, the farmer's son came to the door of the hut. - This is your son? asked the noble. "Yes," said the farmer proudly. - So, I propose a market. Allow me to offer your son the same education as my son. If the son looks like the father, I'm sure that he will be a man of whom both will be proud. And the farmer agreed. Farmer Fleming's son attended classes at the best schools and at the grand finale, he graduated from the School of Medicine at St. Mary's Hospital in London. Bearer of great aspiration, he continued to be known to the world. The famous Dr. Alexander Fleming had indeed discovered penicillin. Years later, the son of the same noble who had been rescued from the swamp was suffering from pneumonia. Who saved his life this time? Penicillin. What was the name of the noble? Sir Randolph Churchill and his son, Sir Winston Churchill. Someone once said: "All that goes away, come back ..." Work as if you did not need money. Love as if you had never been hurt. Dance like no one is watching you. Sing as if no one listened to you. Live as if Heaven were on Earth.