Thoughts about Happiness
I was once told a really interesting short folk-tale. It is perfect for today’s inspiration #FollowGreatFootsteps – although there is a kind of irony in this too.
Why this folk-tale ? Read on.
There is a folk tale about a snake. He was once asked if it could choose would it prefer to have legs.
The snake tried to ponder this – completely mystified by the question.
Finally it spoke:
“No” it said,
“I am what I am”
So yes. We are what we are. A situation is what it it is. lndeed, life is what it is.
THE MESSAGE – We don’t need to wish for something we don’t have
WHY DID I CHOOSE THIS FOLK-TALE?
I posted a personal post yesterday, expecting not much of a response and I have been blown away from all the comments from all of you. It further confirms how important and rewarding it is to be who you are . No masks are needed.
I hope you can see the irony in this this folk -story in connection with #FollowGreatFootsteps in it’s full context 😀
Don’t be shy 😀 Share what makes you tick and makes you think about your own place in this world 🙂 Connect .
Posted on 2016-03-20, in MY BRAIN -MY THOUGHTS and tagged INSPIRED BY MY MUSE, meditation, morals, Positive mantra, proverbs, Quotations, spiritual, The art of Happiness. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.