06 Apr When happiness knocks
When happiness knocks
Ruth Ostrow | April 04, 2008
I heard a wonderful parable the other day that captures something so profound I thought it worth repeating.
A man returned from war to find his five-year-old son had been killed when bandits came in and sacked his village. The boy’s body had been burnt beyond recognition. So devastated was the man that he stopped being able to function. He was inconsolable, crying day and night. Slowly, over time, he stopped being able to relate to his wife, plunging deeper into his pain, until finally she was forced to leave.
…there’s a great end to this happiness story so to read more – click here