It is said that elephants never forget……………. anything.
Elephants can be trained when they are babies, not to roam.
One leg of a baby elephant is tied with a rope to a wooden post that is firmly seated in the ground, or to a tree.
The rope makes sure the baby elephant is restricted to the space determined by the length of the rope.
At first the baby elephant tries to break away from the rope, but the rope is too strong.
The baby elephant “learns” that it can’t break the rope.
Then the elephant grows up and has become strong, without much effort the full-grown elephant can obviously break the same rope.
Because it “learned” at a young age that it couldn’t break the rope, the adult elephant believes that it still can’t break the rope, so it doesn’t even try!
That my friends is a true account of…
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