Monday, 9 May 2016


It was the coldest winter ever. Numerous creatures passed on as a result of the icy weather. The porcupines, understanding the circumstance, chose to bunch together. 

This way, they secured and ensured themselves but the quills of each one wounded their closest companions even though they gave off heat to each other. 

After a short while, they choose to separate themselves one from the other and in no time began to die in isolation and frozen. So they needed to settle on a decision: either tolerate the plumes of their companion or extinct from the Earth. 

  Wisely, the porcupines decided to go back to being together like before.

Along these lines they learned to live with the little injuries  caused as a result of their close relationship with their companions, but the most important part of it, was the warmth they got from one another.This way they were able to survive again.

The Lesson of the story: 

The best relationship is not the one that unites  together perfect people, but rather the best is the point at which every individual figures out how to live with the imperfection of others and can respect the other individual's good qualities. 

We can live as one only if we can tolerate our differences


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