Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Understand good intentions of your parents

Once there was a sculptor who used to create the statues of Lord.

After finishing his statues, he used to show them to his father for the feedback. But his father always found his statues faulty and asked him for the improvement. Son tried harder and made the statues with full devotion, dedication and hardwork but his father never satisfied with his creations.
Out of the frustration, he thought an idea. He created a beautiful statue and buried it in the ground. After some time, he dug it out and shown to his father and said that he found the statue hidden in the ground. His father was amazed with the beauty of the statue. He said, “Son!! You should make your statues like this.”
His son said with pride, “Father, I’ve created this statue!”. His father became sad, “From now on you will never improve. I used to scold you about your statues so you would always try to do better. Your hands won’t improve beyond this point now” he explained.
Moral of the story
“Understand good intentions of your parents.”