I heard an interesting story about an old man. According to legend, he could answer any question asked of him correctly. Two young boys heard of his wisdom and thought they could fool him, so they caught a small bird and went to his home. One of the boys held his hands out covering the tiny bird and asked the old man if the bird was dead or alive.
Without hesitation, the old man replied, “Son, if I were to say that the bird is alive, you would close your hands and crush the bird to death. If I were to say the bird is dead, you would open your hands, and it would fly away. You see, you hold the answer in your own hands.”
Here’s the way I see it: Your hands are capable of whatever goal you are looking to achieve. However, the trick is learning to use them to your advantage. If you have an important print project coming up, we’d love to help so that you can focus on more important things.
Two big tom cats were strolling around a neighborhood after a big celebration and came across a big delicious piece of cake. They immediately started arguing over the cake.
A monkey was passing by when he overheard the two cats fighting. The monkey tried to help the cats and said, “Don’t fight, my friends. I can easily divide the cake into two pieces. Let me equally share the cake among you both.” The cats agreed and handed the cake over to the monkey. The monkey split the cake into two parts. Then he shook his head and said, “Oh no! One piece is slightly bigger than the other one. Let me take a bite of the bigger one to even them out.” After taking a bite of the bigger piece, he sighed and said “Oh no! This has become smaller now.” And he took a bite from the other piece and kept doing so until there was no cake left, leaving both cats disappointed.
Here’s the way I see it: Henry Boye once said it best: “The most important trip you may take in life is meeting people halfway.” After all, when you choose to quarrel and fight, someone else always gains.