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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Learning from Metamorphosis

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

Metamorphosis is the change of shape in animal's life cycle. During metamorphosis, the tadpole's back legs are growing first. Then it develops front legs. Around 6 weeks, the mouth grows wider. Around 10 weeks, the froglet or tadpole with legs develops its eyes bulging out. Then, tail begins to disapear. When its lungs grows, the froglet can go onto the land and it becomes frog.

Read life cycle of frog at kidzone

Even if human being does not experience metamorphosis, he has life cycle in which he learns to accept himself and develop himself to be better without change his identity.

Sometimes, in our life cycle, we learn to accept ourselves. Sometimes, when we see that we are different from others or when others mock or underestimate us beceuse the difference, we become angry, loose self confidence, or reject ourselves.

However, there's nothing wrong to be different. Try to accept yourself as you are! Develop yourself to be your best selves! You are unique and your uniqueness become your power as you do your self development.

Read a short fable story about self acceptance and realizing the power of uniqueness in you in Frog's Story: Jump! Jump!

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