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Motivational Story – Funny Story – Horse’s Dung

 

Motivational Story – Funny Story – Horse’s Dung

Motivational Story – Funny Story – Horse’s Dung

In a family, parents discovered that their little boy was very enthusiastic about everything! He is not discouraged by anything! How he discovers a good side in everything and continues to shine with joy in it!

The parents thought anxiously, ‘The world is a big place of misery. When the boy grows up, he will be overwhelmed by the ups and downs of life. He will start suffering from depression due to various failures. So it needs to be put in his head - everything in life is not easy, not happy. He also needs to be taught difficult realities.’

 

Then the parents thought a lot and made a fancy plan! When the boy went to play in the afternoon, they loaded the boy's room with horse dung! Dung on the reading table, dung on the bed, dung on the floor! Dung on books, dung on toys, dung on fans! The parents are quite sure that the boy will enter the room today and get a big push.

When he will clean this dung, he will undestand - everything in life is not so happy.

As usual, the boy returned home after the evening game and entered his room. After a while the parents heard their son screaming for joy! The parents ran and saw the boy's face glistening with joy! Seeing them, the boy jumped up and said, ‘Mom! Dad! Look at this dung! Do you understand what that means?'

 

Not understanding anything, the parents were surprised and said, ‘What!’

 

‘That means the horse must be hiding somewhere in this room!’

 

And ever since I started seeing the world that way, my own innerself has changed so much! Now I always try to find the good side of everything. There are still a lot of upset things in my life. But if something bad happens to me now, I see it as horse dung and think - is it possible to get something good out of here? Maybe there really is a horse hiding around!

Before, when I was fat, I used to get very upset if someone called me fat. I used to think, ‘you call me fat, you look at yourself in the mirror, where are the elephants!’

Now if someone criticizes me, I don't go to judge the man's guilt. (The man is spending his own time finding out your faults completely for free, so you should thank him instead!) I calmly wonder if what the man said is true. If there really is something wrong with me, I try to correct it, and if I see that the person is blaspheming without any reason, then I don't care.

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