A person under a rose, carefully watering it. Slowly the roses began to germinate and to grow. Then he found thorns all over the stem of the rose, and he thought to himself, "how can a beautiful flower come from thorns?" The idea disappointed him and stopped watering the roses. So the roses withered when they were about to bloom.
In fact, there is a rose in everyone's heart, and the rose is not without sharp thorns.
Some of us look at ourselves and see only the thorns, the flaws in ourselves, and are disappointed that we have nothing of value. So they refused to irrigate their hearts, and over time the roses in their hearts withered and died. In this way, I can no longer tap the huge potential in my body.
But since some people can't see the roses in their hearts, others should help them to see them.
One of the greatest virtues a man can possess is to find the rose in another's heart through the thorns on the stem. That's the quality of love.
Looking at a person and understanding his inadequacy, accepting him, and at the same time discovering his inner beauty, helps him realize that this beauty can make up for his inadequacy.
If we can help these people see the roses in their hearts, they will go beyond the thorns on their branches.
Only in this way can they finally see the roses in bloom, and more than once.