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Published on Aug 22, 2019

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For centuries, our Ancestors lived in harmony with nature and the world around them. Watching her and learning from her. Any living being manifested in our world has much to learn. And this is clearly evident in Russian Proverbs and sayings, fairy tales and songs, where so abundantly represented images of animals and plants, which are endowed with certain qualities, it is characteristic of a particular species. Over time, the images of these living creatures as humanoid characters changed. Therefore, in our today's examples, we will consider them as examples of certain virtues so to speak in "pure form", just as each of us can independently observe them in nature. So, we present to your attention 10 lessons of behavior from the animal and plant world, which can be useful to everyone in the modern world: 1. Lesson one – from the butterfly. "Never stop in the development of the" Butterfly throughout his life demonstrates that change is possible and necessary. And every time the changes accumulated in us allow us to make a qualitative transformation of ourselves. At the first stage of life, this insect is a caterpillar. Then it turns into a cocoon. And only at the last stage of its development it turns into a beautiful butterfly. Our Ancestors used the image of a butterfly to teach children. Explaining to them that man is composed of Body, Soul and spirit. And the development of each of the components of this Trinity takes place simultaneously. At the first stage of development (infancy, childhood and youth), first of all, the body develops in a person. In the future, when a child grows into an adult, he begins to know the world around him, to experience emotions and Emotional experiences, the development of the Soul comes to the fore. More and more growing up, a person begins to learn wisdom, educating and strengthening his Spirit. And the development of all three dimensions, developing the fourth - Conscience. And man becomes harmoniously developed in all senses.

2. Lesson two : bees and ants. "The key to success – hard work and joint action" You probably heard the expression "hardworking like a bee" or "works like an ant." Why is man compared to tiny insects? The matter is that both people, and these insects I prefer to live together, society, the people. Ants, uniting families create anthills that resemble a city, and where everyone is busy with their business. Bees have a similar situation, their families are also United by hives, and each bee is engaged in the business. And in addition to the inherent diligence of these insects, we all should learn that only through joint efforts can achieve great results. Never, not a single ant will be able to build anything remotely resembling an anthill. It's not even about the size of the anthill. The main thing is the division of labor and coherence. Some ants are scout the area for hundreds of meters around their homes. Others – the procurement of food for all. The third - take care of the larvae. The fourth - the protection of the anthill. If ant starts the attack, then the struggle with the invader raised the entire population. Because of this, it is ants and other collective insects hold the palm tree in the number of individuals of their species, being the most successful species of insects. But you ask, what can we learn from them? And you look at modern society, where selfishness and war of all with all prospers. Such a society cannot exist for long and is doomed to extinction. Ants, bees and other collective insects show us a vivid example of joint successful actions aimed at the development of their families, their biological species, where everyone takes care of each other and of a common home. Our Ancestors lived by the same principle, where each person was a part of his Family, where he cared about everyone, and everyone cared about him. 3. The third lesson is from fish. "The lesson of proper flow" it is believed that fish are an example, not the most intelligent animals. Many believe that it is because of their stupidity that they often swim against the current. But it is not. They are not stupid at all, as it seems at first glance. The thing is that they "swim against the current" only to miss by themselves as much water. Thus, they saturate themselves with oxygen and different food that goes in the stream. You might wonder what we learn from this. The fact is that most people, unlike fish, always just go with the flow with everyone, and as a result, instead of a large 30-year life experience, they acquire an annual
life experience 30 times.



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