Life can’t ignore every step

“Even a snail will eventually reach its destination.”
― Gail Tsukiyama ―

God gave a young man a task to take a snail for a walk.

The young man can’t go too fast, the snail has tried his best to crawl, always moving a little bit every time. He urged the snail, frightened it, and blamed it.

Snail looked at him with a sorry look and said, “I have tried my best. I have to go step by step.”

The young man pulls the snail, pulls it, he even wants to kick the snail. The snail was injured, it was sweating, panting, and crawling forward step by step.

“It’s strange, why did God ask me to take a snail for a walk?” He thought, “God! Why?”

The sky is quiet. “Oh! Maybe God went to catch the snail? Well, let go! Anyway, God doesn’t care, what am I going to do? The snail can go wherever he wants.”

The young man allowed the snail to crawl forward, and he sulked behind. Huh? He smelled the scent of flowers, and it turned out that there was a garden by the side of the road. Slowly, he heard the birds sound, he heard the birds are singing, and he saw the sky full of beautiful stars. Huh? Why didn’t he have this experience before? Could it be that he made a mistake? The young man suddenly understood why God told him to take a snail for a walk.

The foreign language of the book: God let the snail take the young man for a walk means that people should take every step of the day.

“People walk step by step, and you can’t ignore every step.”

By Yao Ming

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