AT TIMES LIFE PRESENTS NEW SITUATIONS. BE READY TO ACCEPT THEM AND CHANGE ACCORDINGLY.

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Once there were two cavemen who lived with their respective families. The responsibility to feed their families was on their shoulders. They went together to hunt and often visited each other’s cave for celebrating if they got an extra kill.

After a few months, their caves were struck with a heavy snowfall due to which both of them were unable to meet for the next six months.

Due to heavy snowfall, it became difficult for them to bear the freezing cold winds and to hunt. They were not able to move over narrow and delicate paths filled with ice and thus it became extremely difficult for them to chase their prey.

One of them by repeated trial and error discovered fire and was able to keep himself as well as his family warm. He also developed various tools and weapons to kill his prey from a certain distance thus giving him an edge over other wild animals.

Time passed by and after six months, the heavy snowfall finally subsided. The first caveman decided to meet his dear friend and thus went to his cave the next day. He was shocked to see that it was still covered with snow. He used all his tools to remove the ice and after hours of hard-work, he was successful in doing so.

As soon as he entered the cave, he was shocked to see four skeletons lying on the floor. The caveman was disheartened to see his friend and family die in the storm and thus went to hunt alone.

This happened because the second caveman did not adapt himself to the new conditions and thus he along with his family perished.

MORAL: AT TIMES LIFE PRESENTS NEW SITUATIONS. BE READY TO ACCEPT THEM AND CHANGE ACCORDINGLY.

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