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Dont quit : STAY , STRUGGLE , FIGHT & WIN over your target

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We all are human beings and we have our ups and downs. It may however happen, that the down phase seems to be very frequent. You may be just about to reach your target but you decide to quit. Here is the motivational story of a dog and and elephant.

Remember every difficulty that stops a person from succeeding there are a lot more people who had worst difficulties than you have yet they succeeded so you can.

An elephant and a dog became pregnant at same time. Three months down the line the dog gave birth to six puppies. Six months later the dog was pregnant again, and nine months on it gave birth to another dozen puppies. The pattern continued.On the eighteenth month the dog approached the elephant questioning, _”Are you sure that you are pregnant? We became pregnant on the same date, I have given birth three times to a dozen puppies and they are now grown to become big dogs, yet you are still pregnant. Whats going on?”._The elephant replied, _”There is something I want you to understand. What I am carrying is not a puppy but an elephant. I only give birth to one in two years. When my baby hits the ground, the earth feels it. When my baby crosses the road, human beings stop and watch in admiration, what I carry draws attention. So what I’m carrying is mighty and great.”. Don’t lose faith when you see others receive answers to their prayers.Don’t be envious of others testimony. If you haven’t received your own blessings, don’t despair. Say to yourself “My time is coming, and when it hits the surface of the earth, people shall yield in admiration.”Enjoy the rest of the week. All the best.

Quitting is always the easiest option STAY , STRUGGLE , FIGHT & WIN.

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