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I did not write the following parables, but I like the lessons they teach.

 

 The Parable of the Two Dogs

A king has two dogs. He tells one dog to go behind a closed door, look around, and then come back and report on what he sees. The dog obeys, and a short time later comes back to the king and says: “I see a room full of smiling, happy dogs with their tails wagging.”

“Very good,” the king says. “Thank you.”

He then gives the second dog the same instructions. The second dog obeys, and a short time later comes back to the king and says: “I see a room full of angry, growling dogs with their teeth bared.”

The king then goes to the door, opens it, and looks inside. It is a room full of mirrors.

The Native American Parable of the Two Wolves

A grandfather tells his grandson, “I have two wolves fighting inside of me.”

“Which one is winning?” the boy asks.

“The one I feed,” the wise old man says.

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What you see in the world around you is a reflection of who you are and what you feed.

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