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ANTS PHILOSOPHY

Ants never quit. Try to stop them in their path and they would look for an alterna-tive path. They would climb over, under, or around. Or they would attack the trou-blemaker so that the obstacle to their path is chased away. They have no fear of diffi -culties.
I remember cutting a few branches off a wild plant in my garden near to an ants’ nests. Some of the ants on the cut branches simply left the branches and went back to work, returning to their nests again. They have no regrets. They just move forward ear-nestly fulfi lling their tasks!
They do not com-plain. They do not give up. They just move on!
King Solomon, the wisest of men, said “Take a lesson from the ants, you lazybones. Learn from their way and be wise. Even though they have no prince, governor or ruler to make them work, they labor hard all summer, gathering food for the winter.”
Ants think “winter” all summer. They work at the earliest possible moment to gather their food so long as the weather permits, day or night.
Summer will not last for ever. And it is the same with winters.
Diffi cult times will not last forever, and so, too, the good times.
Life is the guarantee of summers and winters, the warm and the cold seasons, the sweet and the sour times. We need to save for the dif-fi cult days to come. In good times remember the bad times. The cycles of bad and good times will continue on. Before we next spend money, think of saving some for diffi cult times ahead.
Let our motto be –
save rather than spend.
In good times remember the bad times. The cycles of bad and good times will continue on. Before we next spend money, think of saving some for diffi cult times ahead.
Let our motto be –
save rather than spend.
In good times
Remember the bad times.
think “ants”
To save money daily.
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Note: You can access this website on the scientifi c studies of ants: www. myrmecology.org