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The Mill

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Cass Carlopio
Sleep Expert, Psychologist & Meditation
The Windmill, by Hans Christian Andersen (1865), is a short story invoking questions about pride and belonging.
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Nothing last forever
It took me a while to understand what the story was trying to teach. I had to read the description come and read the story twice. However, once I did this, I realized that the moral of this story what’s not to be prideful of good things that happen in your life. The mill in the story thought it was superior to everything and everyone. This story also caution the reader to have an awareness of the rule that others play in their own life circumstances. The mill considered The humans around him merely to be thoughts without realizing but these humans actually created and used him.If you assume but due to your own superiority the best of times in your life Will automatically last forever, It will come as a shock when time moves on and somebody who is better at your own skills than you takes over the role you held at one point. Since all good things come to an end , It is best to be humble and aware of the significance of others in our lives. I am grateful to those who work for this app. Thank you for teaching me the importance of humility. Thank you also to the community on this app for taking the time to read this post. I hope you are all OK and happy and well.
The windmill
So many lessons here. I am me yet I am part of the universe too
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