Discipline | Humility | Pride | Self | Speech

THE DIFFICULTY OF SELF-DISCIPLINE
Then there was the old fable of the frog who wanted to go south with the geese. They discussed the wonderful southern climate and the fall migration so much that the frog became obsessed with wanting to go. Now the geese liked him and wanted him to join them, but his abilities as a frog simply didn’t include flying. So, they put the burden on him by saying, “If you can figure out a way to go, we’d be delighted to have you down there with us.” The frog put on his thinking cap and eventually came up with a plan. He talked two of the geese into holding a stick between them in their bills. He clamped his mouth on the middle of the stick and they took off. It worked! They began flying down, and they were doing great; but several other geese flew by and one observed, “My, isn’t that a clever idea? I wonder whose idea…

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