Surrendering at the feet of our Master/Guru/God









Value- Love

Sub value- Faith, Devotion

Once upon a time, there lived many fish in a pond. Everyday, they would wake up in the morning with a dread – the fisherman’s net! The fisherman would be there every morning, without fail to cast his net. And without fail every morning, many fish would get caught in it. Some would be taken by surprise, some caught napping, some would not find any place to hide while some others, even though aware of the lurking danger, would simply find no means to escape the deadly net.

Among the fish, there was one young fish that was always cheerful. It had no fear of the fisherman’s net and it seemed to have mastered the art of being alive and staying lively. All the senior fish wondered as to what might be the secret of this little fish. How could it manage so well when their cumulative experience and wisdom were not enough to save them from the net. Unable to bear their curiosity and desperate to find a way to escape the net, all the fishes went to this little fish one evening.

“Hey little one! We have all come here to talk to you.”

“Me!?” said the little fish, “What do you want to speak to me about?”

“We actually want to ask you something. Tomorrow morning, the fisherman will be back again. Are you not scared of getting caught in his net?”

“The little fish smiled, “No! I will not be caught in his net ever!”

“Share with us little one, the secret behind your confidence and success”, the elders pleaded.

“Very simple”, said the little fish. “When the fisherman comes to cast his net, I rush and stay at his feet. That is one place that the net can never reach, even if the fisherman wants to cast! So, I never get caught.”

All the fish simply marvelled at the simplicity of the little fish’s wisdom.


Having complete faith in God or your Master or teacher. God can be considered as our Master. We must have faith and trust in our Master/God . We must put in our best efforts in whatever we do and leave the rest to Him; hold on to Him. Then He will take care of us and do what is right for us. We will be able to handle trial and tribulations better and be saved from many troubles.

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