Spiral

A man had squandered his wealth for several years. He neglected his family, health and well being. Friends and relatives had tried to help him but he continued on his downward spiral.
“After all our efforts he has not budged one bit and I know he is suffering too,” a close friend acknowledged sadly. “When will he begin to change?”
“Obviously he hasn’t suffered enough,” was the sage’s comment.
(( (Francis J Padinjarekara: A Dewdrop in the Ocean. Mumbai: Awareness Arc, 2009. pg. 104)

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