This is a story that has been passed around for years now. I do not know the original author. I just love story and wanted to share it to those who have not seen it before.
I love that story. I remember that we had to read it in school and that it made a big impression on me back then.
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Hi Karin! Nice to see and hear from you. I hope you are doing great!!
Wonderful; I am familiar with it in its more concise form:
Hi Hariod! I like that version too. Thanks for posting it , have a great day!
A classic and that’s why I love your posts! Razor precision! A zen-like impact!
You inspired me to remember and post this story! Keep on keeping on doing what you do 🙂
I’ll do my best!
Thanks – nice to have things displayed in a nice perspective. You rock! Harlon
Harlon, this story illustrates the insanity of most humans very clearly huh? Glad you like it 🙂
I agree and glad you shared it. hope you had a blast of a weekend. Peace, Harlon
Reblogged this on A Viking Saga: Choose love and live your truth. and commented:
This is the cornerstone of my personal philosophy. Like most folk tales it has crucial importance that liberate us from the causes of suffering. So important that i felt like it needed to be reblogged. Thank you.
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