The last part of the Eleventh Chapter of Noipap A Soul Story
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-I want you to imagine you’re in your room, the window is open and the wind is blowing, so that the room is soaked through by an air stream. You’re trying to light a scented stick, but once you take the flame away from it, it burns a little and it dies. Now I want you to open your eyes and tell me why is it that the stick keeps dying.
-It’s very simple, because of the wind and because the flame is too small.
-You’re right. Now please close your eyes again and imagine an oak forest with a tree burning right in the middle of it. And when it burns in full swing the wind starts blowing really hard. Now, tell me please, do you think the fire is going to be put out? asked the lady butterfly.
-Definitely not, the wind will do nothing but spread the fire.
-All right, and if the wind changes direction, will it put out the fire?
-No, on the contrary, it will spread it to the surroundings, and the entire forest may catch on the fire.
-The flame of the scented stick is you, and the wind doesn’t have to concern you. If your flame becomes that of an oak, then stronger the wind, the greater you’ll become.”
A Soul Story
To be continued