Two friends walked in the desert:
At one point they quarreled, and one hit the other.
The latter, feeling pain, said nothing, but wrote on the sand, “Today my best friend hit me.”
They continued walking and found an oasis and decided to go swimming.
A slapped friend would have almost drowned, but his friend saved him.
Coming out of the water, he wrote on the stone, “Today my best friend saved my life.”
He, who had slapped him in the face and later saved his friend’s life, asked him:
– When I insulted you, you wrote it on the sand and now you’re cutting it into the stone. Why?
A friend replied, “If someone insults us, we have to write it on the sand so that the winds would blow it away.
But if someone does something good for us, we have to engrave it in stone so that no wind could ever make it disappear. ”
Learn to write insults in the sand and engrave your joys in the stone.