Once upon a time. A camel and his baby were talking. In conversation, the camel’s child asked him, “Father! I have been thinking about some things for a long time. Can I ask you about them? ”
Camel said, “Yes yes son, definitely ask son. I can make it Then I will definitely answer. ”
“Why do we hump on the backs of camels, father?” Camel’s child asked.
Camel said, “Son, we are living creatures in the desert. There is a hunch in our back so that we can store water in it. With this we can live without water for many days. ”
“Well and why are our legs so long and claws rounded?” The camel child asked another question.
“As I have told you that we are desert creatures. The land here is sandy and we have to walk in this sandy land. Due to long legs and circular claws, we are comfortable walking in the sand. ”
“Okay, I understand the reason for the hump, long legs and rounded claws in our back. But I do not understand the reason for our thick lashes. Due to these dense eyelashes, many times I have trouble seeing. Why is it so dense? ” Camel’s child said.
“Son! These eyelashes are the protector of our eyes. They protect our eyes from the dust of the desert. ”
“Now I understand that the hump in our camels is to keep water stored, long legs and circular paws running smoothly on sandy land and protecting eyes from thick eyelid dust. In such a situation, we should be in the desert or father, then what are we doing in this zoo? ”
The learned knowledge, skills, and talent are useful only when you are in the right place. Otherwise, everything is meaningless. Many people, despite being talented, do not succeed in life because they do not use their talent at the right place/field. Do not let your talent go in vain