“It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.” ―William Blake
I read a story once about a little frog that wanted to go south for the winter. It was too far to hop and he did not have wings to fly. Two Little birds felt sorry for the little frog and together they came up with a plan. The little birds would hold each end of a stick in their beaks, and all the frog would have to do was to clamp down on the stick with his mouth and hold on. The sky was clear and everything seemed hopeful for the little frog. Two farmers were standing in a field and saw the little birds carrying the frog and one said to the other, “That was a brilliant idea; I wonder who came up with the plan.” The little frog couldn’t keep his mouth shut and He said, “I-I-I-I-I-I” and your guess is as good as mine. All he had to was to keep his mouth shut.