Who is the master you might ask?

Posted: May 4, 2012 in A thought for a day

Once a pond a time, there was a small servant boy, who wanted to please his master. He supplied him with the means to communicate and the ability to go anywhere, as he was a very fit and a healthy servant. However, his master was not happy with this, matter-of-fact, he spend most of his time putting him down and saying if only I had a better looking servant I could do all the things I want to do better.

All the other masters of servants could see how he treated this loyal servant and that affected the way they related to him, which affected the servant. However, no one could do anything for this poor servant, as the master owns him for life. The two were one and that the way it was.

In time the servant, lost hope and despair set in. He became everything the master criticised him about, in time illness settle in, and he passed away. The master was so arrogant that he forgot, without the servant, he was no more.

The moral of the story is, treat your servant well and you will receive back a thousand times what you do, as everyone will see this and they will all want to belong to that master who has so much respect for his servant. Everyone likes a good person.

Who is the master you might ask?

Answer. Our body’s serves us, we are its Master.


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