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Who still wants this bill?

Cassan Said Amer tells a story about a lecturer who began a seminar holding up a one dollar bill, and asking:

  • Who wants this dollar bill?

Several hands went up, but the lecturer said:

  • Before handing it over, there’s something I must do.

He furiously crushed it, and asked again:

  • Who still wants this bill?

The hands continued raised.

  • And what if I do this?

He threw it against the wall, letting it fall to the floor, kicked it, stamped in it and again held up the bill – all dirty and crumpled. He repeated the question, and the hands continued to be held high.

  • You mustn’t ever forget this scene – said the lecturer. – No matter what I do with this money, it’ll still be a one dollar bill.

“Many times in our lives, we are crushed, stamped on, kicked, maltreated, offended; however, in spite of this, we are still worth the same.”


Another nice story at http://paulocoelhoblog.com 🙂

Yang paling saya suka adalah statement terakhir, “many times in our lives, we are crushed, stamped on, kicked, maltreated, offended; however, in spite of this, we are still worth the same”, indah ya. Mengingatkan kita -Anda dan saya- untuk selalu bersyukur menjadi ‘diri’ kita yang berharga, walaupun apapun.

Semangaaaattt… 🙂

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  1. Alam

    semangat!!!!!

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