Once upon a time,
a man was walking in a path and fell into a hole.
He shouted for help.
A religious person was passing by and heard the man’s voice from the hole.
The religious person said: “You probably sinned, and now this happened to you as a payback. God wants you to confess your sins. I will sit here and pray for you.”
An educated person was passing by and went towards the voice. He measured the depth of the hole, checked the quality of the dirt, and started to think.
A journalist passed by and said: “So many things I have seen which were worst than your condition.”
A yoga instructor passed by and said: “This hole and the pain you are in are just in your mind, and you can clear your concentration and find peace.”
A doctor saw the crowd, went close, and after he saw the man in the hole, screaming for help, threw him two aspirins and a bottle of water.
A nurse came along the others, sat there, and cried for the man in the hole.
A psychiatrist joined the crowd and said: “We have to dig into your past and find out what occupied your mind that made you fall into the hole.”
A positive person joined the crowd and said: “If you try hard, you can come out of the hole.”
An optimist person passed by, he stopped and said: “You should be thankful, you don’t have any broken foot.”
Then an average human passed by, saw the man in the hole. He went and grabbed a rope and pulled the man out of the dump.
*We are just making our life more complicated every day.*
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