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There was a cobbler who lived in a big village. As he was the only cobbler in town, everyone went to him to get their footwear repaired. He was so busy that he didn’t have time to repair his own boots. This wasn’t a problem at first,
but, as time went on, his boots began to wear off and fall apart. While he worked feverishly on everyone else’s shoes, his feet got blisters and he started to limp. His customers started to worry about him, but he reassured them that everything was alright.
However, after a few years, the cobbler’s feet were so injured that he could no longer work, and nobody’s footwear got repaired. As a result, the entire town started to limp in pain all because the cobbler never took time to repair his own boots.
If you do not look after yourself, after a while you’ll be no good to anyone else either.

Your best intentions will mean nothing, and you’ll be unable to do what you’re meant to do.

If you do not take time to care for yourself, no one else will.

Credit: Daren Poke
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