Hi, I wanted to share some learnings with you all in form of short stories. Let me know if you like them, I'll post more.

Here's the first one from a plethora of stories.

A man bought two beautiful birds and he asked his gardener to train them.

After a month, the gardener noticed that while one of the birds soared freely into the expanses of the sky, the other remained rooted to a tree branch. The gardener tried everything to get the bird to fly. He tried convincing the bird, luring it with food. He even made mock-threats, but the bird still hung on firmly to the branch, refusing to budge.

A few days later, the owner arrived to see both birds flying high in the sky. He was puzzled. “Wasn’t that the bird that wouldn’t fly? How did you make it fly?” He asked, pointing at the bird.

The gardener smiled. “It had no choice. I cut the branch where the bird was sitting.”

We are all made to fly– to realise our incredible potential as human beings. But instead of doing that, we sit on our branches, clinging to the things that are familiar to us. Let’s take a leap of faith, take to the skies and… make it a great week ahead

From Japan

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ThanQ Meetu I’ve posted many on CITEHr was thinking of sharing on this thread as well.
From Japan
HI Pawan, Inspiring!! and the anecdote quoting the importance, to strike the right chord to make the best tune. Regards Veena
From India, Bangalore

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