Once upon a time, There were two kids one six years old Aman and twelve years old Vishal. They were so close since childhood. One day while playing with a ball they came far away from the village. And it so that happened the 12 years old Vishal fell in well nearby there. And 6 years old Aman started screaming for help but there was no one even at a far distance.
Small child Aman saw a bucket and rope tied to it. He didn’t waste penny second, he threw that bucket into the well and asked Vishal to hold it. Then he started pulling a rope and he went on pulling until he saved his elder friend Vishal. They were very happy, hugged each other and went back to the village
When they told this incident to the village people, they surprised since it was hard to believe. A kid (Aman) who doesn’t have enough strength to lift a full water bucket, how could he dragged a boy (Vishal) who was elder than him by 6 years.
The village people went to an old man who was well known in the village and was the wisest person.
They narrated him the whole incident and asked, &quot; Is it even possible that a kid (Aman) who doesn’t have enough strength to lift a water bucket can drag a boy (Vishal) who was elder than him by 6 years?&quot;
When an old man listened to the story he said that &quot; What can I tell you about this, the kid (Aman) does say things very clearly &quot;. &quot; What more I can tell you? &quot;
See the question is not HOW he did? it is WHY he was able to save him? It is only the answer WHEN HE DID THAT THERE WERE NO ONE EVEN AT FAR DISTANCE TO TELL HIM THAT YOU CAN’T DO THIS.
MORAL OF THE STORY
We have enough potential to achieve everything around us. Our Attitude has enough power to transform the whole Universe. If we know then we don’t use it, because we fear that what people would say. Besides that, that there is our own voice shouting inside that you can’t do this. What if we stop listening to these voices and listen to only our heart, I will simply say miracle will be a very small word to describe output you will generate. Always remember
” I CAN DO IT “