Do you know Dr. Masaru Emoto of Japan? Years ago he published a collection of photographs he took of ice water crystals.
The astonishing point of his research about ice water crystals was that water can change the structures of the crystals. He found out that water reacts on what his team was vocalizing to the water shortly before making the photographs.
The results are stupendous! On different water glasses he attached paper with words like “love” or “gratefulness”. He froze the water and made photographs of the crystals. He revealed the most beautiful crystals one can imagine. An equally astounding fact was that the crystals, as result of words like “pain”, were so ugly that one almost feels the pain of the water.
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I found this life story on the website of Masaru Emoto and liked it so much I want to share it with you.
There was an Indian Chief who had four sons.
He wanted his sons to learn not to judge things too quickly.
So he sent them each on a quest, in turn,
to go and look at a pear tree that was a great distance away.
The first son went in the Winter, the second in the Spring,
the third in Summer, and the youngest son in the Fall.
When they had all gone and come back, he called them
together to describe what they had seen.
The first son said that the tree
was ugly, bent, and twisted.
The second son said no, it was covered
with green buds and full of promise.
The third son disagreed; he said it was
laden with blossoms that smelled so sweet
and looked so beautiful, it was the most
graceful thing he had ever seen.
The last son disagreed with all of them;
he said it was ripe and drooping with fruit,
full of life and fulfillment.
The Chief then explained to his
sons that they were all right,
because they had each seen but only
one season in the tree’s life.
He told them that you cannot
judge a tree, or a person,
by only one season,
And that the essence of who
they are and the pleasure, joy,
and love that come from that life
can only be measured at the end,
when all the seasons are up.
If you give up when it’s Winter,
you will miss the promise of
Spring, the beauty of Summer,
and the fulfillment of Fall.
This is a story speaking about esteem of its most real core.