The TEST

We may not be the best when we stand alone but….

Story: the test.

As the story goes…

When Tony was a kid he and his Uncle were in the backyard clearing rocks one day so they could make space to build a nice deck.

At one point when his Uncle was taking a break Tony came across a large rock which he couldn’t budge. He pushed it, kicked it, and tried to use a big stick as leverage to move it, but nothing worked.

His Uncle was watching from a window in the house and asked Tony if he was using all of his strength to move the rock.

“Yes, I am,” Tony said.

“No, I don’t think you are” his Uncle said back.

“I don’t understand” Tony replied.

That’s when Tony’s Uncle returned to the backyard and said, “Tony, I know for a fact you have not used ALL your strength to remove the rock, because you haven’t asked me to help you yet.”

That’s when Tony’s Uncle grabbed a shovel and told him to always remember;

T.E.A.M: Together – Everyone – Achieves – More.

The End.

MORAL OF THE STORY: The maximum strength any of us will ever experience is when we reach out for help and form a team.

tap into inborn power.

Ask for help.

Work together

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How The Hikers Faced A Deadly Problem

This story consists of a PROBLEM, a QUESTION, A SOLUTION.

The PROBLEM:

A long time ago deep in the forest Water, Fire and “X” went on a long hike.

As they started they had a safety conversation about what they would do if they ended up separated from one another and lost.

Water said, “If we get separated at any time just look for the dark green grass and I’ll be there.”

Fire said, “If we get separated at any time just look for the smoke and I’ll be there.”

Then “X” said, “Well, you better hope to never lose me because if you do you’ll have a big problem and you may never find me again.”

The QUESTION:

What is “X”?

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The SOLUTION:

“X” = TRUST

Because if you lose trust you may never find it again. Trust is like a statue. Once it’s broken it can be fixed, but that statue will never be the same again. It’s original integrity is now dead.

The End.

MORAL OF THE STORY: We must all give trust. Earn trust. And live a trustworthy life. That’s a major aspect of living as the most complete version or ourselves.

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Choose wisely

How The Crying Bunny Faced Doom …
As the story goes…

One day an old wise bear and a young cub were walking through the forest.

It had recently stormed and they came about a huge pond of water. It wasn’t too deep for them to pass but they did spot a stranded and scared bunny shaking in front of the new pond.

The young cub said to the old wise bear, “Look, it’s a bunny. It’s trapped. It’s crying. It’s not moving. Let’s kill it!”

The old wise bear ignored the cub’s words and walked over to the bunny. He then picked it up, put it on his back, and crossed the pond all the way to the other side.

After that the bunny smiled and hopped down off the old wise bears’ back and excitedly scurried into the woods. From there the two bears continued their walk in silence until they reached the den and the rest of their pack.

Then later that night the young cub approached the wise old bear and asked, “Excuse me sir, but as bears aren’t we supposed to hunt, kill, and eat easy targets like that crying bunny today and not carry it to safety?”

The old wise bear answered while eating some berries for dinner, “Yes, young cub, I suppose we could’ve done that.”

Then the young cub asked the old wise bear again, “I’ve been thinking about this so much that I can’t even eat dinner. Why is it that you carried that bunny across the pond today?”

The old wise bear answered, “It’s true that I helped the bunny across the pond today,

I didn’t kill as it wasn’t necessary neither were we hungry

but you’re the one who is still carrying it around from the past and allowing it to affect your present and spoil you dinner and appetite. Let it go and we’ll see what comes of it tomorrow.”

The End.

MORAL OF THE STORY: As we aim to live as the most complete version of ourselves, sometimes we just need to show compassion and know the difference between being right or correct and being kind and nice and choose better

Life is nothing series of options that we exercise

Choose love as swadharma

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