Ibrahim is a well-known merchant in his town, he was doing well, so much so that the people of the town say that he has not had a dark day in his life. Ibrahim invites three people who have nothing in common to his house for lunch. They accepted the invitation — though they were surprised about it — and asked in a conversation with him if he really hadn't had a dark day, so he asks each of them to tell them about the worst day of their lives. Each of the three men tells his story, and then Ibrahim tells them his story. We discover that he is has suffered the most, and we discover another thing that the three of them contributed to Ibrahim’s worst days and the loss of his two sons fifteen years ago, without knowing or remembering him. Right then is an opportunity for Ibrahim to take revenge, but he decides to forgive them for the sake of God. Here, God returns Ibrahim’s two sons to him, safe and sound and all grown up.