Just listen to Clarissa Pinkola Estés who wrote the book
"Women who run with the wolves" such interesting program will post it down below.
She told a famous Russian Tale of
A fisherman and the fish
by Alexander Pushkin;
An old man and woman have been living poorly for many years. They have a small hut, and every day the man goes out to fish. One day, he throws in his net and pulls out seaweed two times in succession, but on the third time he pulls out a golden fish. The fish pleads for its life, promising any wish in return. However, the old man does not want anything, and lets the fish go. When he returns and tells his wife about the golden fish, she gets angry and tells her husband to go ask the fish for a new washboard (their washboard is broken), and the fish happily grants this small request. The next day, the wife asks for a new house, and the fish grants this also. Then, in succession, the wife asks for a palace, to become the ruler of her province, to become the tsarina, and finally to become the Ruler of Sea, to subjugate the golden fish completely to her boundless will. As the man goes to ask for each item, the sea becomes more and more stormy, until the last request, where the man can hardly hear himself think. When he asks that his wife be made the Ruler of the Sea, the fish cures her greed by putting her back in the old cottage and giving back the broken washboard.
The moral of the story is: do not get too greedy, or you will end up with nothing.
The bad eye blinds the soul and has no belief in the goodness in humans.
We are born as treasures to heal is to look for that treasure!
Teach people not break them.
You might as well be who you are because half of the world won´t like you anyway.
listen to her speak the link is below;