THE SNAKE AND THE SAW

THE SNAKE AND THE SAW

A SNAKE penetrated into a carpentry workshop. As it slipped, it passed over a SAW and got slightly wounded. Suddenly, it turned and bit the SAW, and biting the SAW, the SNAKE seriously got wounded in its mouth!

Then not understanding what was happening and thinking that the SAW was attacking “him,” it decided to roll around the SAW to suffocate it with all its body by squeezing it with all its strength, but it ended up being killed by the SAW!!!

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Sometimes we immediately react in anger to hurt those who have harmed us, but we realize later that after all we are hurting ourselves.

Similarly, In life it is better sometimes to ignore situations, ignore people, ignore their behavior, their words….those that hurt us !!

Sometimes it is better not to react so as not to suffer the consequences that can sometimes be deadly or harmful.

Do not let HATE take charge over your life because LOVE is always stronger than any other Emotion.

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Love and hate are similar in being directed toward another person because of who he or she is. Despite this similarity, the two seem like polar opposites. Very often when we love someone, we want them to thrive. When we hate someone, we are more likely to wish they would suffer — or at least change who they are.

“Hate is often considered to be an evil passion that should, in a better world, be tamed, controlled and eradicated. Yet to the biologist, hate is a passion that is of equal interest to love,”   “Love is often seemingly irrational and can lead individual to heroic and evil deeds. How can two opposite sentiments lead to the same behaviour?”

Hate can also be an all-consuming passion like love. But whereas in romantic love, the lover is often less critical and judgemental regarding the loved person, it is more likely that in the context of hate the hater may want to exercise judgement in calculating moves to harm, injure or otherwise exact revenge !!

Keep Smiling;  Spread Love and Happiness Always…..

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