Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Indian poets say a swan can separate the water and milk in a mixture of both and drink only the milk leaving the water behind. Let us not discuss if it is researched or proved. But we have to learn from the swan to take only the good and leave behind the unwanted. In a mixture of milk and water, milk represents the "good" and water which is used to adulterate the milk is the "unwanted”.
Coming to the mosquitoes…
A mosquito flies near the full udder of a cow. Milk is flowing from its udder. Mosquito looks at it, flies around and as it is interested in the taste of the blood, it bites the cow and sucks the blood from the overflowing udder. Even near the udder filled with rich milk, mosquito likes only the blood. A mosquito will never get milk from the udder of a cow, but only blood. The cow is not to be blamed for that.
Be like a swan which takes only the good and leaves the unwanted and do not be like the mosquitoes which rejects the good and goes after undesirable things which causes suffering to others.