"Noble are those who know how to bring joy to others in silence" - Anonymous Two seriously ill men were treated in the same hospital room. One had water in the lungs and the other had hemiplegia. At noon, people with lung disease must sit up for about an hour to dry their lungs. His bed was located near the only window in the room. Paralyzed people have to stay in bed all day. They often talk to each other for hours about family, friends, life… and together review the memories of their time in the army. Every afternoon, when the man on the hospital bed near the window sat up, he used to amuse himself by telling his roommate what he saw outside the window. Through your story, the patient on the other side of the bed seems to be resurrected in the colorful world outside the door frame. There is a green park with a blue, dreamy lake and a flock of swans circling around. Next to them, children were releasing paper boats on the calm lake. The lovers are walking hand in hand around the bed of red roses… All like a colorful poetic picture. While the patient near the window was drunk, on the other side of the bed, his friend was half-lidded, imagining a dreamlike scene before his eyes. On a warm afternoon, the sick man in bed near the window told his friends about a parade going on outside. Although he could not hear the orchestra playing the marching song outside, the paralyzed man could still imagine the majestic scene. The days passed quietly. One morning, as usual, the nurse on duty brought them water, only to find the patient lying motionless on the bed by the window. He took his last breath in a peaceful sleep last night. After your death, the paralyzed man asked to be moved to the bed by the window. In the new bed, suppressing the pain, he tried to support his arms, slowly sat up and began to look out at the outside world. But in front of him was just a white wall. It wasn't until later that he learned the truth: his late friend was a seasoned man, he couldn't even see the emotionless wall. What he wanted was to give his friend joy and comfort.