Without struggle We cannot do anything
Without struggle We cannot do anything2 mins 193 2 mins 193
Once a man was passing through a forest when he notices a butterfly’s cocoon on a tree branch. He decided to sit down and watch the butterfly’s transformation. He watched the butterfly for hours as it tried to force itself out of a small hole. After a few hours, the butterfly suddenly stopped moving as it got stuck.
The man felt bad for the butterfly and decided to help it out. He took a knife and cut the cocoon carefully so as not to hurt the butterfly. Though the butterfly emerged, it looked weak. Its body looked swollen and its wings shriveled.
He sat there waiting for the butterfly to grow wings and start flying. No matter what the butterfly did, the wings wouldn’t grow and he was stuck there unable to fly with his swollen body and weak wings.
The man was confused because he thought he was helping the butterfly by getting rid of its struggles but what he didn’t know was that his very action made the butterfly weak and disabled. The butterfly needed to struggle through the cocoon because that was the only way the fluid from its body would reach its wings which would help it fly. Since its struggle was cut short, the butterfly could never fully develop and gain strength and now had to lead its life crawling around.