So there was pickpocket who always went to temples because many devotees are gathering there, and as soon as these devotees were bowing down: Dwarkadesh, Dwarkadesh, Dwarkadesh, then their necklaces came free and the pick-pocket grabbed them as well as their wallets.
So within a short period of time he got rich and he was wondering what to do next.
Then he decided to look for a woman who also was a pick-pocket. Finally he found one and they decided to do business together.
After half a year they were loaded with riches and they asked themselves what to do now. Why not have a baby, and they went to the temple to pray to Krishna that this child should become the biggest pick-pocket ever, just to continue the tradition.
After a year there was a baby, but to their surprise the child was born with one hand closed.
Its parents were very much disturbed: how he can pickpocket now.
Next they went to the best doctor in India, but even he couldn’t open his hand; he held it so very thight.
Then the doctor said them to go to a psychiatrist, because he sure will know some trick how to open the hand.
While arriving at the psychiatrist he told them that: You are a pickpocket, your wife is also a pickpocket, so I am sure that the child must have the same tradition.
I will tell you what to do: you prepare a very nice necklace which has rubies, diamonds and other valuable stones, and as soon as the child will see it, he will open his hand to grab it.
This instruction was followed by the parents, and soon they prepared a most beautiful ornament. They brought it before the eyes of the child and immediately his hand went open to snatch the necklace. But in the meantime…
What was the reason that his hand was closed so very firmly. When he caught hold of the necklace, from his hand there fell a ring. And you will be surprised that the nurse who delivered the child… The child immediately removed the ring from the nurses finger. Ha,ha,ha…
Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare
Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare
PS: I humbly request all the devotees to please forward and share this moral / instructive stories they hear so that everyone can be benefitted by hearing about Krishna and his dear devotees.