A little boy sits by the campfire listening to his grandfather tell the parable of two wolves.
Inside every person,” the old man says, “lives a bad wolf and a good wolf. They are locked in an eternal struggle, each trying to dominate the other: one is bad, driven by ego, anger, greed, jealousy; the other is good, driven by humility, kindness, compassion and community. Everyone must learn how to harness their respective power and find a balance between them or be condemned to life without peace and without purpose.”
“And in the end, granddad,” asks the little boy, “which wolf wins?”
“His grandfather looks up from the fire and replies; “The one that you feed…”
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