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The Turkey Learn To Fly

One day the leader eagle wanted to teach the turkey how to fly gracefully in the sky as they do. They get together at the top of the cliff and started the lesson. After teaching how to use their wings they began to flap it together and fly. To start with! They must jump off the cliff. The altitude is so high that the turkey must have too much courage to try. When learn something new, you have to apply it and the turkey did. Not all birds with wings can fly like an eagle and that is what the turkey wants to learn. Doubt and fear arise knowing that there is a big difference in physical capability and appearance, but it doesn’t matter because they really have to try and learn.

The leader eagle find out that the turkey is afraid to jump on the cliff; he knows that they can fly but they have to try. So he pushed the turkey on the cliff like what they do on their baby eagle.

You don’t know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have. – Bob Marley

The turkey is falling down so he must flap their wings to fly or else he will die. It was the great decision, you never know unless you try to do it. Just before he hit the ground he manages to fly and does what the leader eagles explain. It is a great success on the part of the turkey, he discovers that soaring above the skies is great and have much more places to discover. The lesson has ended and the turkey are so thankful to the leader eagles. Without your help leader eagle we can never fly high in the sky.

But! Then the turkey went home walking not realizing that he already know how to fly.

turkey learn to fly story

The Turkey Learn To Fly Story

What did you learn?

  • Always give thanks!
  • You have to try to succeed
  • Share your talent
  • Take courage
  • It is sad to think that you already know how to become successful but you are not doing it.

Boat Man Story

A professor went on a research to find what culture is in the island. He ride a boat to reach the island and it will journey for about an hour. The place was bored in silence when the professor ask question to the boat man.

Do you know about Philosophy? The professor asked. The boat man answered, I don’t know more about Philosophy but a little less. And the professor said that, Do you know that you miss one fourth of your life and continue to ask more questions.

Do you know about Science? The professor asked again. The boat man answered,  I don’t know more about Science but a little less.  The professor smile and said you miss again another one fourth of your life and continue to ask more questions.

Do you know more about Mathematics? The professor asked again. The boat man answered, I don’t know more about Mathematics but a little less. The professor are boastfully high to see himself that he know everything while in the middle of the ocean.

The boat man are now afraid that he already miss three fourth off his life and one more question from the professor will be a whole life to be miss.

The boat seems to be in trouble, it will sink in the middle and they have to swim on the sea shore. The boat man asked the professor. Do you know how to swim? If not, you miss your whole life here.

boat man

We don’t know everything in this world and we must keep humble because we never know that the person you are dealing with know something that you didn’t know. - dlysen

Teach me Kung-Fu

The old mates at age of 60’s are fishing on the river and on the other side a kung-fu student are practicing his lesson although he already master at his level. He is so proud that he is the strongest among all the students.

After the lesson ends, the students are watching old mates fishing while they find something unusual. One of the old mates went to crossover the river to urinate, they see the old man just running over the water to cross the river, and get back after. They saw another one to crossover the river and went back to fishing.

One pupil become boastful then he attempt to try and said that if the old man can do, I can do it too, and the boastful pupil tries to crossover the river. The students were panicking when they notice that their friend is drowning. They ask the old man to save the life of the classmate.

bridge pole

bridge pole

After the old man save him, the students were asking how they can easily crossover the river without drowning, and what kind of kung-fu is that. The old man laugh, There is no kung-fu technique, did you know that ten years ago there was a bridge over there, the bridge is gone but the pole are still there where we use to step to crossover the river. If you ask us first you probably crossover easily and not been drown.

Learning from the experience of others is the shortest way to success. Following the footsteps of successful people is the fastest way to become successful.

For One Who Works Hard

One morning I wasted nearly an hour watching a tiny ant carry a huge feather cross my back terrace. Several times it was confronted by obstacles in its path and after a momentary pause it would make the necessary detour.

For the one who works hard

At one point the ant had to negotiate a crack in the concrete about 10mm wide. After brief contemplation the ant laid the feather over the crack, walked across it and picked up the feather on the other side then continued on its way.

I was fascinated by the ingenuity of this ant, one of God's smallest creatures. It served to reinforce the miracle of creation. Here was a minute insect, lacking in size yet equipped with a brain to reason, explore, discover and overcome. But this ant, like the two-legged co-residents of this planet, also shares human failings.

After some time the ant finally reached its destination - a flower bed at the end of the terrace and a small hole that was the entrance to its underground home. And it was here that the ant finally met its match. How could that large feather possibly fit down small hole?

Of course it couldn't. So the ant, after all this trouble and exercising great ingenuity, overcoming problems all along the way, just abandoned the feather and went home.

The ant had not thought the problem through before it began its epic journey and in the end the feather was nothing more than a burden.

Isn't OUR LIFE like that?

We worry about our family; we worry about money or the lack of it, we worry about work, about where we live, about all sorts of things. These are all burdens - the things we pick up along life's path and lug them around the obstacles and over the crevasses that life will bring, only to find that at the destination they are useless and we can't take them with us.