What is the biggest irony in life? by a very good story.

A farmer was working in his field.  Suddenly he saw a scuffle.  In that scoop, he found an egg of eagle.  He saw that a female hawk egg had accidentally flown away leaving the same place


 The farmer carefully picked that egg and laid it behind his house with the eggs of the rest of the chickens.

 After a while, the chickens came out of the eggs of the chickens, and a small hawk came out of the eagle's eggs.

 That hawk also grew up seeing a hen like a hen's children.  The eagle would just eat chickens like a rash, roam the ground just with the chickens, walk in a straight line, be the most fearful, and walk silently down and in front of the ground.

 Having been with chickens since childhood, the eagle thought that he too was a chicken.  That hawk went through his entire life.

 One day when that hawk became old, he finally dared to look up at the sky.  When he looked up, he saw an eagle soaring high in the sky.  The old hawk became frustrated.  Where did he himself,

Eagle thinking

 "If only I were a hawk, I would have flown so high."

Another Eagle flying

 The biggest irony of life is that most people have similar stories.

 They are born as hawks.  But as they grow older, the society around them sits on their mind that they should not dream of flying because they too are of the same standard as them.

 People who speak negative things about you are also like those chickens.  Even if you have the ability to fly, they will bite you only because those people do not have the ability to fly themselves.

 You are born as an eagle, no matter how high you fly and have the ability to do anything.  Just stay away from the chickens around you.


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