Learning From A Monk

Learning From A Monk

Learned Monk

A monk used to live in a village, whenever he danced, he used to be a barrister. So whenever the people of the village needed rain, they would go to the monk and request him to dance. And when he started to dance, the rains would certainly have been there.

After a few days, four boys came to visit the village from the city. When they came to know about the saint’s dance, they were not sure.
In the pride of urban education, he challenged the villagers about the dace of the monk.  Then what was the next morning in the morning, on the sage’s cottage they arrived on.

All the talk was told to the sadhu. Then the boys started to dance, half an hour passed. And the first boy got tired but the cloud did not appear, in a while the other did the same and one hour passed – the other two boys also went tired, but it did not rain

Now there was a turn of a sadhu, he started to dance, an hour passed, the rain did not happen, the monk continued dancing … two hours had not been rained …. But the monk was not taking the name of the stop, gradually began to dampen the evening Only then did the roar of the clouds be heard and it began to rain Boys are stunned
And immediately apologized to the monk and asked-

“Dad, why was it that our dance did not go unnoticed and made you dance?”

The sadhus(monk) replied – “When I dance, I take care of two things, the first thing I think is that if I dance, then rain will have to happen and the second will be that I will dance till the rains happen. “
Friends, those who attain success have the same qualities that they believe in being successful in whatever they do and they do so until they succeed. Therefore, if we have to achieve success, then we have to achieve our goal just like that monk.

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