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THE STORY OF THE INSPIRATION OF THE NAILS AND THE FENCE


Once there was a boy who had a bad character. His father gave him a bag full of nails and had him nail one in the yard fence whenever he lost his temper or got into a disagreement with a friend or best friend.

The first day he nailed 37 sticks to the fence. In the weeks that followed he learned to hold back, and the number of nails he used decreased day by day. He also realized that it was easier to hold back than to nail it to the fence.

Finally, the day came when he no longer needed to nail a nail and he happily conveyed this to his father. His father then told him to pull out a nail from the fence each time if he managed to hold back / be patient.

Days passed and finally, the day came when he could tell his father that all the nails had been pulled out of the fence. The father took his son to the fence and said,

 "My son, you are good, but see how many holes are there in front of you? This hole in the fence will not return to its original state. If you have a disagreement or fight with other people, especially your friends and friends, it always leaves scars like in This fence. You can stick a knife in someone's back and pull it back, but it will leave a wound. No matter how many times you apologize or regret it, the wound will stay. A wound through speech is as painful as a physical wound. "

Friends and companions are rare jewelry. They make you laugh and cheer you up. They are willing to listen if you need it, they support and open your heart. Show your friends and friends how much you love them.

The heart that has been hurt, will surely scar. As described above, always take care of words and actions, do not hurt others.

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