Free your Bird|پرنده خود را آزاد کنید


 

 

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There once was a little boy who had the cutest little bird. That beautiful bird was dear to his heart so he took care of it with passion and love.

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He kept the bird’s cage beside him even when he went to bed. Everyone in the family knew how much this bird meant to him. He was the youngest child so the little boy’s siblings took advantage of him and made him do all their chores.

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If he refused to do it, they threatened to free his bird into the sky. The poor little boy had to do all their work and not tell his parents, just to keep his bird safe in its cage.

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As time passed, the little boy grew tired of his siblings’ abusive behaviors and no longer wanted to be their slave, so he decided to put an end to the torture.

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One morning his older brother called him and said: “I wasn’t able to finish my homework, write it fast and neat or I will let your bird go.”

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The little boy calmly said: “Do your own homework, leave me alone.”

His brother said: “Oh, great, so say goodbye to your bird.”

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The little boy responded: “I freed my bird last night. This was the only way to free me from being your slave and put a stop to your ungrateful acts.”

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This is the story of all of us. The only difference is that that bird to us could be; Power, Money, Position, Beauty, Education, etc.

If we depend on these things in life we will never be able to free ourselves. We should try to have all the great positive things in life without becoming a slave.

 

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Categories: bedtime story, fable, fairy tale, folk tale, short stories, tale

146 comments

  1. What a beautiful parable Laleh. And you’re right, it rings true as our “beautiful bird” is always something.

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  2. Really amazing

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  3. So true and beautiful moral shared in the form of marvellous story .

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  4. Namaste Laleh 🙂

    A wonderful little story wrapped around a big idea as is your trademark. Much enjoyed as always, thank you 🙂 There is such freedom and sense of liberation when we make a deliberate choice to let go of the things that constrict or restrict our growth: it is neither a sacrifice nor a compromise but an act of self-love.

    A delightful read, thank you 🙂 Loved the images used.

    Namaste 🙂

    DN

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  5. Lovely! Never stop writing.

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  6. Wonderful story and metaphor.

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  7. That’s a great story:-) thanks for sharing

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  8. Wonderful story with a remarkable lesson at the end , thanks

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  9. I love the bird pictures!! 🙂

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  10. Truly wise words Laleh! Wonderful story. 💐

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  11. What a lovely story with such a deep and inspiring teaching. Congratulations on the award for your book. Thank you for sharing always.

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  12. The moral to this story is perfect. “We should try to have all the great positive things in life without becoming its slave” – you’ve said that so well. A lot of the time I don’t think we’re even aware just how tied to things we are, just how much we become slaves of so many things that rob us of joy and freedom and invite stress and anxiety instead. Wonderful post, Laleh.xx

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  13. Mashallah! Written so well. Parindah khud ra azaad kanid ❤️👍

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  14. Great moral to this story!

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  15. A beautiful story and such a true statement that it makes!

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  16. I truly loved this, Laleh. When we hold on tightly to something, we are giving it so much power over us and it becomes our weakness that others can use against us. Really powerful message and so uplifting!

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  17. This is a wonderful little story with such a powerful lesson to learn from it. A lesson we all need to remember and act upon.

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  18. Such a beautiful and wise story. The bird had been the boys companion , until the boy gained enough strength to be himself, so he could set him free, and became free himself.

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  19. I love the illustration Laleh. 💜💜

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  20. Wonderful, and beautifully expanded.

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  21. How great to be set free from all that keeps us captive and enslaved.

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  22. How true these words of your parable are Mam…Wonderful share….

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  23. Excellent story,it’s your creating? 😀

    One of the simplest ways to stay Freedom is to let go of all things that make us afraid of losing,I think. 😀

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  24. Well told Laleh, and how true. It’s as we get older that we discover these things for ourselves. And hey, the bird was probably happy also to be free. Oh, and nice choice of pics.

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  25. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    BRAVO FOR THIS STORY AND YOUR BOOK’S CONTINUED SUCCESS! FREEDOM IS ALWAYS BETTER THAN FORCED SLAVERY!

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  26. Deep meaning as we all have little birds we are not willing to set free. Beautiful story, thank you ❤💙

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  27. Beautiful birds, interesting world, want to live and admire this beauty every day,
    Best wishes

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  28. A useful lesson in what is really important. Thank you.

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  29. A wonderful story. Just like the bird, a freed heart and mind, helps a soul to truly be free. To soar higher than those, who would try to keep a heart in bondage!

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  30. Very beautiful story with a big lesson, mam… Thank you.. Hv a gr8 day.. 😃

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  31. Nice one, echoes my post ‘serfdom’ 🙂

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  32. A very clever message. Many of us are slaves, and this is faith, money or family. You put a difficult task ahead of us. Oh, difficult!

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  33. Reblogged this on Have We Had Help? and commented:
    Another tale from Laleh 😉 x

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  34. Great story with a good moral. Like the new layout.

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  35. Very nice and best example for everyone to stay free from attachments
    ✌👌👏👏

    Like

  36. https://wp.me/paBgxs-ct

    *रोजगार प्राप्ति के उपाय*

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  37. Yeah.freedom is better than living in the cage.not be slave of anybody.wonderfull written,dear!!

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  38. What a beautiful story.Loved it

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  39. Reblogging to my sister site Timeless Wisdoms

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  40. This is such a beautiful story/parable, Laleh.

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