Heron: Yes, of course, you were talking so loudly that I had to wait hours for the fish to come back.
Stick: I'm sorry, I'll be more careful this time. Back home, I thought about your answer, and I realized you had it too easy
Heron: What do you mean? I shared my thoughts with you, nothing more!
Stick: Yes, but how do you know how to act when you follow a stubborn idea? How do you decide if you stay in the same place, or if you go further? I agree with you that we must follow them and see where they lead, but it solves only half the question of what to do in details, once you have decided you were going to follow this idea.
Heron: ah, I see you had a good look at what I told you. You're right, you should always know how to decide on a daily basis. As for me, it is often intruders like you that make me move. I am wary of them, so I go somewhere else, it's easy. For the rest, when I am settled in one place, I make sure I put all the odds on my side. That's why I stay silent, motionless and alert. I do not see why you ask yourself questions that have such simple answers!
Stick: Heron, again, you're right, I wonder why common sense comes to you so easily when it always seems to escape me.
Heron: it's because you're too emotional, Stick, you lose sight of what you want and you worry about what you 'd like. It does not work like that. You have to be more patient. Allow time for things to fall into place, be present and attentive, and you 'll see if what you expect happens.
Stick: ok, thanks, I leave you now, and I 'll move away slowly. I'll bring you some fish to thank you if you do not catch any soon.
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