Parables

The 18th camel is a parable that will appeal to lovers of mathematics, and lovers of philosophy, and in general to all who are interested in self-development. One Arab had 3 sons. And when his time came to die, he called his sons to him, and said to them: - I am already old, and I will soon die. You know that I have 17 camels.

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Every morning a gazelle wakes up in Africa. She immediately begins to hurry and run. She knows perfectly well that she must run faster than all predators in order to stay alive and not fall into their merciless paws. In Africa, at the dawn, a lion wakes up. He also starts to run. But unlike the gazelle, he runs to find his own food.

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A wonderful parable about the mouse and mousetrap makes you think about simple but important things. We hope that you will benefit. Once the mouse noticed how the owner set up a mousetrap in the barn. Frightened, she immediately told about this hen, sheep and cow. But they all answered her the same thing: "The mousetrap is your problem, and it has nothing to do with us."

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In the hospital ward lay two seriously ill people. One lay near the window, and the other - near the door. When they became especially sad and lonely, the one near the window began to tell aloud what he saw there. Here the fishermen went fishing and the patient lying near the window looked at the river and told how they happily took out their catch.

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