Thursday, January 26, 2017
Passion Party #576 - Seek Your Light
Seek Your Light
Moths are known to be attracted to light, but one young moth took it to extremes and fell completely in love with a bright star high up in the sky.
Other moths tried to reason with him, telling him that he’d never reach the object of his desire and that he should pick a closer, more attainable goal – like a porch lamp or a candle or a campfire. But the moth wouldn’t be deterred.
So one by one all the other moths went off in search of “practical” targets, and one by one they burned out in pursuit of the goals they chose. But the moth sailed up into the sky, never reaching his star, but living a long and happy life in pursuit of his dream.
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