Winston Churchill once fell into a pond inside the park of his family home.
The gardener of his father saved the boy from drowning.
Winston Churchill’s father wanted to honor this good deed,
and so he paid the school education and the studies for the gardeners son,
who was a talented boy.
He became a doctor und the well-known scientist Alexander Flemming.
He invented the Penicillin and got world-famous.
While Winston Churchill had a pneumonia later in his life,
he was saved by Penicillin.
So the good deeds of the fathers got back to the two sons.