Happy Friday loves!
I know it’s late but it’s still Friday and I am determined to achieve my goals of not missing a post a week! To that end, permit me to share this amazing story by Cassan Said Amer:
A lecturer began a seminar by holding u a hundred-dollar bill and asking: “Who would like this one hundred-dollar bill?”
Several hands went u but the lecturer said “Before I give it to you, I have to do something.”
He screwed it up into a ball and said: “who still wants this bill?”
The hands went up again.
“And what if I do this to it?”
He threw the crumpled bill at the wall, dropped it on the floor, insulted it, trampled on it, and once more showed the bill – now all creased and dirty. He repeated the question, and the hands stayed up.
“Never forgery this scene,” he said. “it doesn’t matter what I do to this money. It is still a hundred-dollar bill. So often in our lives, we are crumpled, trampled, ill treated, insulted, and yet, despite all that, we are still worth the same.”
Have a phenomenal weekend!
The Wawa-New Yorker