Don’t set your goals too low. If you don’t need much, you won’t become much.” — Jim Rohn
Once there was a cat, which saw handsome young man & fell in love with him. She went to Aphrodite, the goddess of love, & requested her to transform her in to a woman as she might meet the young man & make him lover her. Aphrodite, feeling sorry for cat & her plight, agreed & changed her in to a beautiful woman. The young man fell in love with her (Cat converted) & their love converted in to wedding soon.
The first night, while they were alone in their bedroom, Aphrodite, who could not resist her own curiosity as to whether the cat’s instincts had changed along with her appearance, let loose a mouse in to the room. The young woman, totally forgetting, where & who she was instantly leapt of the bed & chased the mouse in order to eat it.
Aphrodite was disappointed with young woman’s behavior & changed her back to a cat.
Morale: We may be able to change our behavior—but do we really change our inside nature!
Last night, in private, I asked the wise old man
to reveal to me the secret of the world.
Softly he whispered, Hush!, in my ear:
It’s something you learn, not words you can hear.”
Liz Murray was born to drug-addicted parents and grew up in poverty in New York City. After her mother died and her father went into a shelter when Liz was a teenager, she found herself homeless. Liz hadn’t finished school, was sleeping in stairwells, and shoplifting food to survive, but it was at that time that a dream was born within her to attend Harvard University. Four years later Liz fulfilled her dream, and through sharing her story she has gone on to become a best-selling author and one of the most sought-after motivational speaker in the world.