WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE

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WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE : 

WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE

Once upon a time there were stones lying on the roadside, who started talking with each other about how unlucky they were, to be born as stones, since no one pays attention or cares about them. A person who was passing by, happened to listen to their conversation. He then went to these stones and introduced himself as a sculptor and he also told these stones that he would be able to help them in transforming, to such an extent that everyone stops, waits and pays salutations to you, provided you bear the pain of the chisels, with which I will carve you. : 

Once upon a time there were stones lying on the roadside, who started talking with each other about how unlucky they were, to be born as stones, since no one pays attention or cares about them. A person who was passing by, happened to listen to their conversation. He then went to these stones and introduced himself as a sculptor and he also told these stones that he would be able to help them in transforming, to such an extent that everyone stops, waits and pays salutations to you, provided you bear the pain of the chisels, with which I will carve you.

The first angrily replied the person, “Do you think I am a fool to get cut by your chisels and suffer the pain for whole day? No way. Leave me”.The second stone after pondering over the words of the sculptor told him, “If I will be achieving such a state that everyone will honor me, then I am ready to bear the pain for a day”… The sculptor took his hammer and chisels and started to carve the stone. By that day evening, he made Lord Ganesh statue out of that stone, kept it under a tree along with the other stone and went on his way. : 

The first angrily replied the person, “Do you think I am a fool to get cut by your chisels and suffer the pain for whole day? No way. Leave me”.The second stone after pondering over the words of the sculptor told him, “If I will be achieving such a state that everyone will honor me, then I am ready to bear the pain for a day”… The sculptor took his hammer and chisels and started to carve the stone. By that day evening, he made Lord Ganesh statue out of that stone, kept it under a tree along with the other stone and went on his way.

The next day people found this new statue and they started to decorate with garlands, worshipped it and offered all poojas. Since breaking coconut is special for Lord Ganesh they searched for a stone. They found the other stone that is near the statue and started breaking coconuts on it. : 

The next day people found this new statue and they started to decorate with garlands, worshipped it and offered all poojas. Since breaking coconut is special for Lord Ganesh they searched for a stone. They found the other stone that is near the statue and started breaking coconuts on it.

“Just because the first stone was ready to bear the pain of change it was worshipped; but since the second stone said ‘No’ it has to suffer the pain daily” : 

“Just because the first stone was ready to bear the pain of change it was worshipped; but since the second stone said ‘No’ it has to suffer the pain daily”

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