“War and courage have done more great things than charity.” – Zarathustra
A heavy root drinks from the soil of the earth. The tree in which we climb drives deep with reflections on responsibility. One does not learn from only receiving; one learns from developing the roots of responsibility, withstanding the nature of reality, learning to stand alone and not coming to rely on charity.
“The most difficult thing: to close the open hand out of love and to preserve modesty as a giver.” – Zarathustra
This reality is a game but we must restrain and offer only an equivalent exchange. We are learning to take responsibility. Taking care of our family and sharing with the community. What we receive, we give back. We always find a way. Even if it means starving ourselves a bit more the next day.