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The history of the baby frog.......



Once upon a time there was a bunch of baby frogs....

… participating in a competition.

The target was to get to the top of a high tower.

A crowd of people had gathered to observe the race and encourage the participants.....

The start shot rang out.......

Quite honestly:

None of the onlookers believed that the baby frogs could actually accomplish getting to the top of the tower.

Words like:

"Ĺh, it’s too difficult!!!

They’ll never reach the top."

or:

"Not a chance... the tower is too high!"

One by one some of the baby frogs fell off…

...Except those who fastly climbed higher and higher..

The crowd kept on yelling:

"It’s too difficult. Nobody is going to make it!"

More baby frogs became tired and gave up...

...But one kept going higher and higher.....

He was not about giving up!

At the end everybody had given up, except the one determined to reach the top!

All the other participants naturally wanted to know how he had managed to do what none of the others had been able to do!

One competitor asked the winner, what was his secret?

The truth was.......

The winner was deaf!!!!

The lesson to be learned:

Don’t ever listen to people who are negative and pessimistic...

…they will deprive you of your loveliest dreams and wishes you carry in your heart!

Always be aware of the power of words, as everything you hear and read will interfere with your actions!

Therefore:

Always stay…

POSITIVE!

And most of all:

Turn a deaf ear when people tell you, that you cannot achieve your dreams!

Always believe:

You can make it!

Send this to the people that you care about.

It will give them courage and motivation!!!

Regards,

Shital

From India, Ahmadabad
Dear Sheetal, Wonderful story towards keeping away the negativity and building the positive attitude..thanks a lot for it..keep going... Regards Daniel Alvares
From India, Mangaluru
NIce story buddy,
I can relate to whatever is being conveyed in this story. U tend take it as a fact whatever a bunch of people say. This becomes the biggest impediment to your sucess.... But if one belives in himself and carries on with his efforts leaveing everything else unto God, he surely can achieve great things in his life......
Easy to write all these things.......But believe reading these stories can definitely bring about a change in me.........
Keep posting the same buddy,
Thanks once again
Shiju

From India, Mumbai
Dear All It is lovelyand provokig to every body be confident about you and don’t listen who talks about negative. Vivek
From India, Madras
Dear Shital,
Excellent story.
Yes, it is definitely better to be deaf to negative comments and negative responses to the extent you can, to prevent your being needlessly discouraged.
However, just remember, do not deafen yourself while on your journey to equally positive comments and guidance! Take all the help you can!
Jeroo

From India, Mumbai
Thank you one and all! You are absolutely right Jeroo.... Keep posting such motivational stories..we need to recharge ourselves with such motivational techniques... Ta, Shital
From India, Ahmadabad
hai mr.shital, very good article and good moral which is most important in the daily life - manikumar
From India, Vijayawada
ATTITUDE IS SO ESSENTIAL FOR ALTITUDE
POSITIVE ATTITUDES TAKE US TO FREA PLACES
BUY WE MUST REMEMBER THAT OUR BELIEFS DETERMINE OUR VALUES, OUE VALUES IN TURN AFFECTS OUR ATTITUDES, WHICH WILL ALWAYS HAVE AN IMPACT ON OUR BEHAVIOR AND ACTIONS
LETS US ENDEAVOR TO CULTIVATE POSITIVE
LOLA

From Nigeria, Ibadan
it was good, even i had gone across the same situation and iam trying to behave as a deaf rgfds, sangeetha
From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sheetal I am inspired by your story. Do yo have more, kindly add on. Regards Siddhartha
From India, Bharuch

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