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She Tells Her Grandma That She’s Just Been Cheated On So Grandma Tells Her To Do This

She Tells Her Grandma That She’s Just Been Cheated On So Grandma Tells Her To Do This

She Tells Her Grandma That She’s Just Been Cheated On So Grandma Tells Her To Do This

We all have to go through black periods, when we need the support of our loved ones, especially when they have experience and a lot of wisdom. This is what this woman did by going to confide in her grandmother, when she learned that her husband was cheating on her with another. This is what she told him.

It is the story of a young woman who discovers that her husband is deceiving her. She does not know how to respond to this situation or what to do. Put an end to her marriage, forgive or do as if nothing had happened. Desperate, she goes to see her grandmother confiding her sorrow.

A marriage that beats the wing

The young woman explains to her grandmother that it was not the first time that this happened and that her husband was accustomed to commit adultery. She was tired of fighting because every time she thought that he was not doing it, she surprised him again. The grandmother took her little girl by the hand and took her to the kitchen. What she did was an astonishing lesson in wisdom.

Egg, carrots and coffee

The grandmother took three saucepans filled with water and placed them on sharp fires. When the water began to boil, she placed raw carrots in the first pan, in the second of the eggs, and in the third of the ground coffee, then waited without saying anything.

His granddaughter tried to understand, but the grandmother asked him to wait. After about 20 minutes, she cut the lights and emptied the three pans, each in a different bowl, and asked her little girl what she saw. She naturally and naively replied that she saw carrots, eggs and coffee.

The grandmother then asked her little girl to touch each of these foods and say what she felt. She replied that the carrots had become soft, the egg hard, and when she tasted coffee, she found it rich in aromas. Having still not understood where she was going, she asked him what all this meant.

The grandmother replied that each of these foods had faced the same element as boiling water, but everyone responded differently. The carrots, which were hard, became soft and supple. The egg which, on the contrary, was fragile and could break easily became hard. And the coffee once in the water has completely changed taste.

Then the old woman told her little girl that life was comparable to what had happened. She told him that she alone could choose what she wanted to be and how she should react. If she wanted to be an egg, a carrot or coffee.

A life lesson

This is true for real life. Faced with the same problem, we can react differently. It is up to us to choose how to react to it, because this problem can either weaken us, like carrots, or harden us like eggs, or it can make us better to overcome the problem and reveal our Inner richness like boiling water revealed the rich taste of coffee.