The Tiny Frog

The tiny frog

This following story has been modified as I cannot remember the exact details. However, the message remains the same. Please do not take it literally as it is the message we should be focusing on.

Once, there was a little boy who lived on a farm. Each day, he would have a list of chores to complete. On this particular day, the little boy suddenly had the urge to use the washroom after milking the cows. So, he decided to leave the pail of milk outside while he went indoors to relieve himself. When he came back from the washroom, he noticed that there were frogs jumping and splashing around in his pail of milk. The little boy was furious! The frogs had spoilt his milk! He decided to seek revenge and placed all the frogs in a big pot. He was going to cook them live.

Soon, the frogs began to feel the heat and started jumping up to escape. All of them were jumping, but none of them were able to jump out of the pot. Slowly, one by one, the frogs started giving up. Soon, all of them stopped except for one. Out of the bunch, the smallest frog kept on jumping. All the other frogs were in dismay. They said,

“You’re so tiny. If we can’t jump out, there’s no way you can either. Just give up. We’re all going to die.”

“Why are you even trying? The pot is too high. It’s impossible.”

“You’re not going to make it.”

Yet, the little frog kept on jumping. All of a sudden, he managed to jump out! The little boy was amazed. How come this little frog managed to jump out while all the other ones couldn’t? Could this little frog possess some sort of special DNA? The little boy decided to get the frog tested.

It turned out the frog was deaf.

The frog could not hear what all the other frogs were saying. He only knew he had to jump out of the pot if he wanted to escape his burning fate. He focused on his goal and kept going until he made it.

So what can we learn from this story?

  1. There are always going to be people putting you down whenever you want to achieve something. Most of the time, they will tell you it’s unrealistic/impossible.
  2. Sometimes, we have to block out the negativity in order to keep going. If we let others’ opinions control our lives, we will easily falter.
  3. Never give up. When you decide to do something, stick it out to the end. You may or may not get the results that you want, but don’t stop.

I hope you guys enjoyed the story! I actually heard this story live. It was very touching and inspiring. Unfortunately, I cannot write/share it in a way that may be able to touch your heart as it did to mines. However, I believe the message of the story is very good and I hope it has affected you in a positive way.

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About gchan7127

I just want to share all my knowledge, ideas, and experiences with the world. It makes me happy to know that I can inspire others.
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15 Responses to The Tiny Frog

  1. stenoodie says:

    Love it, Grace! This story has such a strong message behind it. Thank you so much for retelling it and sharing it with us. 😀 I think you are like that little frog. You are not deaf but your determination and will to succeed is strong and alive. I can’t wait until you show the world what you can do. ❤

    • gchan7127 says:

      You’re welcome, Karen! I really love this story too. It was even more powerful as I heard Andrew telling it live! Andrew is an amazing speaker.

      Thank you for your compliment! I will try to make you proud. 🙂 Love u!

      Btw, without you, there would be no blog. You’re very important. :p

      • stenoodie says:

        Hehe, thank you Grace for always striving to inspire others! You are relentless and a powerhouse! Never forget that. ❤

        You are very important to me too, Grace! I thank you all the time for being my friend and introducing me to such an amazing chapter of my life. ^_^

  2. Alex Wong says:

    Love the story Grace! Especially the lesson behind it. Keep up the awesome work and don’t give up ^^

  3. Franknyce says:

    Thanks for sharing Grace. I think people can definitely find meaning in the story. I like the fact the frog was deaf, sometimes we need to be that way in order to block out all of the negativity we’re constantly bombarded with.

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  5. A great story in fortitude 😊

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  7. ambi says:

    Thanks for sharing!

  8. 魏懋资济 says:

    This Story is very inspiring and happend to me few times already! I was so free and reblogged. I see many of us also click into your website! Thank you

    • gchan7127 says:

      Thank you so much!!! I will also promote you to my other readers in my next post!! Thank you for reading my other content as well! I read a couple of your posts too.

      The 殺氣 reminds me of those martial arts drama. 😄

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