- Teacher, why you do not give me more tasks, while others are have almost new tasks every day? - a student asked his teachers.
- I will reply to you, but not now. Now let's have a lunch. Student agreed, even more so that he was hungry.
- Let me feed you? It seemed strange to student, however, he agreed, thinking that so teacher shows his attention. The teacher scored in the spoon tasty, aromatic and juicy pilaf and brought it to the mouth of the student that he began to eat with appetite. He wanted to close his eyes and to praise the ability of the cook, but as soon as he opened his mouth wanting to say: "Wai, Wai what it's miracle" as the next spoon was in his mouth. He began to chew, but not having swallowed, his mouth filled with another spoon of magnificent dish. He chewed faster and faster and, despite this, spoon with pilaf increasingly provided his mouth with even more amount of food. Finally student does not stand and exclaimed with a full mouth:

This parable is based on real events, such a case had a place in the real life: when the future mathematician George Dantzig was still a student, with him happened next story.

George treated learning very seriously and often sat too late at night. Once he fell asleep and came to a lecture of professor Neumann 20-minute late.

The student quickly rewrote two problems from the board, believing that this is a homework. Task was difficult, it took a few days to find decision, he brought the decision to professor.

The professor said nothing, but after a few weeks broke into the house of George at 6 a.m. It turned out that the student found the right decision to two insoluble tasks of mathematics, what even not suspected, since the late on the occupation and not heard the preamble to the problems on the board.

For a few days he was able to decide not one but two tasks over which mathematics could not decide for hundred years, and even Einstein was unable to find the solution. George was not limited to the glory of these tasks like insoluble, he just didn't know that it was impossible.

The translater is Maral Amanova.

A group of graduates of a prestigious university, successful, who made a remarkable career, came to visit their old professor. During the visit, the conversation turned to work: graduates complained of numerous difficulties and life problems.
Offering his guests coffee, the professor went to the kitchen and returned with a coffee pot and a tray, filled with a variety of cups: porcelain, glass, plastic, crystal. Some were simple, others expensive.
When the graduates dismantled the cups, the professor said:
- Please note that all the beautiful cups were dismantled, while the simple and cheap ones were left. And although it is normal for you - to want only the best for yourself, but this is the source of your problems and stresses. Understand that the cup itself does not make coffee better. Most often it's just more expensive, but sometimes it even hides what we drink. In fact, all you wanted was just coffee, not a cup. But you deliberately chose the best cups, and then examined which cup you got.
And now think: life is coffee, and work, money, position, society are cups.
These are just tools for maintaining and maintaining life. The fact that we have a cup does not determine and does not change the quality of our life. Sometimes, concentrating only on a cup, we forget to enjoy the taste of the coffee itself.
The happiest people are not those who have the best, but those who extract the best from what they have.

The translater is Maral Amanova.

Once upon a time there was an elderly Chinese woman who had two large jars.
They hung over the ends of the rocker that lay on her shoulder.
One of them had a crack, while the other was impeccable and always contained a full portion of water.
At the end of the long journey from the river to the house of the old woman, the pitcher with a crack always remained half filled.
For two years, this happened every day: an old woman brought home only one and a half pitchers of water.
Flawlessly the whole jug was very proud of its work, and the poor pitcher with a crack was ashamed of his lack and was upset that he could do only half of what he was made for.
Two years later, which seemed to convince him of his endless inadequacy, the pitcher turned to the old woman:
- I'm ashamed because of my crack, from which the water always runs to your house.
The old woman grinned.
"Did you notice that there are flowers growing on your side of the path, and not on the side of the other pitcher?" On your side of the path I sowed the seeds of flowers, because I knew about your lack. So you water them every day when we go home.
Two years in a row I was able to cut these wonderful flowers and decorate them with a table. If you were not what you are, then this beauty would not exist and it would not honor our home.
Each of us has its own peculiar peculiarities and shortcomings.
But there are features and cracks that make our life so interesting and worthy.
It's just that everyone should be perceived as he is and see in him good.

The translater is Maral Amanova.

The disciple solemnly told his Teacher that his life would be full of meaning and rich.
«How do you plan to live it?»
«I'll go to university!»
– And then what?
– I'm getting married.
– And then what?
– I will work hard to provide for my family.
– And then what?
– I will live out my life surrounded by grandchildren.
– And then what?
«I think I will die.»
– And then what?
The pupil thought. «I do not know». He sighed.
– While you did not answer this last question to yourself, other questions and answers are not so important…
 The translater is Maral Amanova.

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