On a very cold winter day, the king and his favorite adviser were taking a walk along the lake. In the conversations above, the counselor says that one can do anything for money. The king took his hand out of his pocket, pointed his finger at the lake and quickly put it in his pocket from the cold saying: I don’t think a man will spend the night in that cold lake for money. The counselor replies: I am more convinced that I can do it find someone who does this.
The king then challenged the adviser saying that if he finds someone who spends the whole night in the lake, then he will give that person a thousand gold coins. The counselor looked around until he found a poor man who was desperate enough to accept the challenge. The poor man went into the lake, and the king placed guards near him to verify that he would really stay the whole night. there. The next morning, the guards took the poor man and sent him to the king.
He asked the guards if he had been in the water all night and they said yes. Then the king asked the poor man how he managed to endure the whole night in that cold. The poor man said that there was a lamp in the street, one of those kerosene lamps, and that he had fixed all his attention on the lamp and not on the cold. Then the king said that there would be no reward as he had spent the night in the lake and survived only by the warmth given off by the lamp.
The poor man went to the counselor for help. The next day, the adviser did not go to the royal court. The king was wondering where he was and sent a servant to his house. The king’s man returned and told his majesty that the counselor would he came as soon as he finished cooking the pilaf. The king waited for hours but the adviser did not come. Finally, the king decided to go to his house himself to see what he was doing. He found her sitting near some small lit skarpas and about two feet above the skarpas was hanging a vessel of water and rice.
The king and his attendants burst into laughter. The majesty asked him ironically: How can it boil rice to become pilaf so far from the skarpats? In the same way as that poor man was warmed by the lamp that was more than thirty meters away, the counselor returned it. The king realized the mistake and gave the poor man the reward he deserved. Lesson: A small ray of hope is enough to inspire someone who is determined to make their dream a reality. Hoping you enjoyed this story my friends, i invite you to read some advice:
You should not tell a child that their dreams are unachievable, no matter how meaningless they are. It is not always enough that others forgive you. Sometimes you have to learn to forgive yourself. How upset your soul will be, the world does not stop for your bitterness. social environment and circumstances may have influenced who we are, but we are responsible who we will become. A rich person is not the one who has the most, but the one who needs the least. Just because two people fight, it doesn’t mean they don’t love each other. And just because they don’t fight, doesn’t mean they want to. We don’t have to change friends if we understand that friends can be changed, that is, don’t try to change one person, but change the person, choose another person.