‘The Fox’ by Kahlil Gibran

A fox looked at his shadow at sunrise and said, “I will have a camel for lunch today.” And all morning he went about looking for camels. But at noon he saw his shadow again — and he said, “A mouse will do.”
~ Khalil Gibran (Kahlil Gibran)

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