WHAT I AM , BUT WHAT I WILL BE

Once upon a time there was a very strong beautiful horse. This horse carries all the burdens of its owner and pulls the carriages. Come and go, the age of the horse has started to progress. The owner started to get no efficiency from the horse. When the horse could not pull and carry loads, the owner sold the horse to an old merchant. The old man tied the horse to a mill, and the horse slowly turned around the mill and started to produce crops. The old horse said to himself, “I should not say what I am, but what I will be”.

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