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La forma de decir las cosas¤☆°º' | destellos.de.luz



La forma de decir las cosas¤☆°º'
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Una sabia y conocida anécdota árabe dice que en una ocasión, un Sultán soñó que había perdido todos los dientes. Después de despertar, mandó a llamar a un Adivino para que interpretase su sueño.

- ¡Qué desgracia, Mi Señor! - exclamó el Adivino - Cada diente caído representa la pérdida de un pariente de Vuestra Majestad.

- ¡Qué insolencia! - gritó el Sultán enfurecido - ¿Cómo te atreves a decirme semejante cosa? ¡¡¡Fuera de aquí!!!

Llamó a su guardia y ordenó que le dieran cien latigazos.

Más tarde ordenó que le trajesen a otro Adivino y le contó lo que había soñado.

Éste, después de escuchar al Sultán con atención, le dijo:

-¡Excelso Señor! Gran felicidad os ha sido reservada... ¡El sueño significa que sobreviviréis a todos vuestros parientes!

Iluminóse el semblante del Sultán con una gran sonrisa y ordenó le dieran cien monedas de oro.

Cuando éste salía del palacio, uno de los cortesanos le dijo admirado:

-No es posible!, la interpretación que habéis hecho de los sueños es la misma que el primer Adivino. No entiendo porque al primero le pagó con cien latigazos y a ti con cien monedas de oro...

-Recuerda bien, amigo mío- respondió el segundo Adivino -que todo depende de la forma en el decir... uno de los grandes desafíos de la humanidad es aprender el arte de comunicarse.

De la comunicación depende, muchas veces, la felicidad o la desgracia, la paz o la guerra.

Que la verdad debe ser dicha en cualquier situación, de esto no cabe duda, más la forma conque debe ser comunicada es lo que provoca, en algunos casos, grandes problemas.

La verdad puede compararse con una piedra preciosa. Si la lanzamos contra el rostro de alguien, puede herir, pero si la envolvemos en un delicado embalaje y la ofrecemos con ternura, ciertamente será aceptada con agrado.

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The way of saying things

A wise and well-known anecdote Arabic said that on one occasion, Sultan dreamed that he had lost all their teeth. After awakening, sent to call a guess to interpret his dream.

-- Which unfortunately, My Lord! -- Exclaimed the guess - Each tooth fallen represents the loss of a relative of Your Majesty.

-- What insolence! -- Sultan shouted enraged - How did you dare say such a thing? Outside of here!

He called his guard and ordered him to give one hundred lashes.

Later ordered that brought him to another guess and told him what he had dreamed.

This, after listening attentively to the Sultan, told him:

-- Excelso Lord! Great happiness he has been booked ... The dream means that survived all your relatives!

Sultan Iluminóse the face with a big grin and ordered him to give one hundred gold coins.

When he was leaving the palace, one of the courtiers told admired:

- It is not possible!, Who have made the interpretation of dreams is the same as the first guess. I do not understand because the first paid him with a hundred lashes and you with a hundred gold coins ...

- Recalls well, my friend answered the second-guess that all depends on how the saying ... one of the great challenges of humankind is to learn the art of communicating.

From communication depends often happiness or misfortune, peace or war.

That truth must be said in any situation, this no doubt, more so the way it should be communicated is what provokes, in some cases, big problems.

The truth can be compared with a precious stone. If launched against someone's face, can hurt, but if wrapped in a delicate packaging and offer tenderly certainly be accepted with pleasure.


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