All of the intricate technology accessible to us now may be fantastic. But sometimes simple is what’s required in an intricate world.
Simple may be brilliant in its own purity. Sometimes the best lessons in life are just that: easy, colorful, and pristine.
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Such life courses are well-earned and valuable; many others are just handed down by family and character models.
Life lessons are available in all sizes and shapes and are often never forgotten. They can even be rather amusing when learned in somebody else’s expense.
Life courses can even be heard by something as small and seemingly trivial as an ant. Actually, those small insects have a couple customs we could all learn from and utilize in our everyday lives. Here are four:
- Ants never stopped. If you have ever intentionally placed an obstacle in the way of an ant, you know it is going to move around, over, under and on top, without stopping, until it finds a way to get where it has to be.
- Another valuable lesson learned by rodents: they think winter all summer long. Always looking to the future they collect food for the winter in the summertime, when their sources are most abundant.
- How much can an ant gather during the summer? He can. Just how much will you collect?
- How many lessons and experiences are you going to collect in your life? Living a complete life can be an excellent life. Live as complete of a lifetime as you can.