Do you recall a moment in childhood, when you realized you were a disappointment to your parents? I have a vivid recollection of my father reading an Aesop’s fable to me.
“In summer, the Grasshopper laughed and sang, and he mocked the Ant who struggled to carry corn to his nest. But in winter, the Grasshopper starved while the Ants shared the food they had toiled and moiled to store and save. Now what do you think is the moral to this story, Dorothy?”
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