The Blind Men and the Elephant

One contributes only a piece meanwhile we share the bigger picture…

A group of blind men heard that a strange animal, called an elephant, had been brought to the town, but none of them were aware of its shape and form. Out of curiosity, they said: “We must inspect and know it by touch, of which we are capable”. So, they sought it out, and when they found it they groped about it each made a discovery.

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Finding Ourselves

Just as a seed is planted into the ground, it is dormant only in the shell. Who amongst know what was planted? The seed looks just like other seeds, small though there is a color or shape to it. The planter can know… Amongst are many other seeds that are planted with it to ensure the possibility of growth by the lucky seeds that surface through the soil joining above. When it joins above ground, it shares its unique qualities to life.

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The Olympics Traditional and Modern Times

In our history, we need to remember the important continuation of tradition. Tradition is timeless and continues to this day. Not many know some of the traditions that were throughout the course in history. Though there are traditions that comes from a span of more than a thousand years. Hidden in folklore, culture, heritage, and ancient books from the history of the past. There are those who can discover the truth within our ancient history. Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the International Olympic Committee (I.O.C.) renewed a piece of tradition in our history. It is the Ancient Olympic Games.

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Clouds

While in the clouds of uncertainty, it can be difficult to find direction. With the clouds heavy on the shoulders of the mind, it seems wherever you go there are clouds. Somehow there is a huge weight on you however you need to find a way out. It seems if you go the same way of the clouds, you will always be stuck. Can you just let the clouds pass by? Could you go the opposite way to another direction?

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The Bird in the Hand

High in the Himalayan mountains lived a wise old man…

Periodically, he ventured down into the local village to entertain the villagers with his special knowledge and talents. One of his skills was to psychically tell the villagers the contents in their pockets, boxes, or minds.

A few young boys from the village decided to play a joke on the wise old man and discredit his special abilities.

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