This is in continuation with my last writing. So, what Julian actually told John?

Julian told John “the ultimate secret” to lead a successful and happy life, which the Sages of Sivana, residing in the Great Himalayas, told Julian.

This is a story told by Julian, which is as follows-

You are sitting in the middle of a magnificent, lush, green garden. This garden is filled with the most spectacular flowers you have ever seen. The environment is supremely tranquil and silent. Savor the sensual delights of this garden and feel as if you have all the time in the world to enjoy this natural Oasis. As you look around you see that in the center of this magical garden stands a towering, red lighthouse, six stories high. Suddenly, the silence of the garden is disturbed by a loud creaking as the door at the base of the lighthouse opens. Out stumbles a nine-foot-tall, nine-hundred-pound Japanese sumo wrestler who casually wanders into the center of the garden.

As this sumo wrestler starts to move around the garden, he finds a shiny stopwatch which someone had left behind many years earlier. He slips it on, and falls to the ground with an enormous thud. The sumo wrestler is rendered unconscious and lies there, silent and still. Just when you think he has taken his last breath, the wrestler awakens, perhaps stirred by the fragrance of some fresh yellow roses blooming nearby. Energized, the wrestler jumps swiftly to his feet and intuitively looks to his left. He is startled by what he sees. Through the bushes at the very edge of the garden he observes a long winding path covered by millions of sparkling diamonds. Something seems to instruct the wrestler to take the path, and to his credit, he does. This path leads him down the road of everlasting joy and eternal bliss.

Now the question arises- what does this story imply??

Have patience and wait for my next writings..:Dā˜ŗ

Till then, identify the various symbols in the above story which provide any indication for blissful life.

Waiting for your responses!!!

#happylife #story #inspiration


3 thoughts on “Continued…..The monk who sold his Ferrari

  1. I think that the story is trying to imply that when we think everything has finished, it is actually not so. It’s just an obstacle which is going to take you to a different world full of joy and happiness…it will only happen when you face that obstacle with courage.

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