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Illiterate will not teach to read, and the mole does not raise an eagle!
Learn first to be happy yourself, then you will understand how to make your children and grandchildren happy!
Why should we develop and try to live happily and happily every day?Is it for myself and for myself? It turns out that no!
A small parable better than a big story falls into the heart. Here is one of these parables ...
Once the sage walked along the road, admired the beauty of the world and enjoyed life. Suddenly, he noticed the unfortunate man, who was hunched under a heavy load.
- Why do you doom yourself to such suffering? The sage asked.
–I suffer for the happiness of my children and grandchildren,- answered the man. - My great-grandfather suffered all his life for the happiness of his grandfather, his grandfather suffered for the happiness of my father, the father suffered for my happiness, and I will suffer all my life only so that my children and grandchildren become happy.
–Was anyone at least happy in your family?The sage asked.
- No, but my children and grandchildren will definitely be happy! - answered the unfortunate man.
Illiterate will not teach to read, and the mole does not raise an eagle! Said the sage. -Learn first to be happy yourself, then you will understand how to make your children and grandchildren happy!
Such a small but wise story.
If we want to raise free and strong eagles from our children, we will have to give them the sky. You will have to learn the taste of freedom and height yourself, and then teach this to children.