‘The two pitchers on pole, hanged on your nape,
consider them as your children.
Do not ignore the one that is feeble.
Give praise to the pitcher on your right that does a good job,
since it remains integral and transports its water, yet,
support the pitcher on your left that is leaking due to a crack'.
`Nature, how can I support it? ’, the old villager asks.
`You better sow seeds in the left side of the pathway'.
Thus, the pitchers lived well and the villager better.
The cracked pitcher irrigates a road-strip of thousand metres;
The lucky villager now owns a long garden, no need to water it,
and produces beautiful flowers for his house and for selling.
'Even the unlucky ones are blessed; they reward you with joy.
Give a drop of water to the cactus and receive a rare flower. So,
accept the feeble, discover his capabilities that hides from you'.