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A man was travelling in a boat with his pig.

There was also a philosopher with other passengers in that boat. The pig had never traveled in a boat before, so it was not feeling comfortable.
It was going up and down, not letting anyone sit in peace. The boatman was troubled by this and was concerned that the boat would sink due to the panic of the passengers.

If the pig doesn't calm down it will drown the boat.
The man was upset about the situation, but could not find any way to calm the pig. The philosopher watched all this and decided to help.

He said: " If you allow, I can make this pig as quiet as a house cat." The man immediately agreed.
The philosopher, with the help of two passengers, picked up the pig and threw it into the river.

The pig started to swim desperately to stay afloat. It was now dying and struggled for its life.

After some time, the philosopher dragged the pig back into the boat.
The pig was quiet and went and sat in a corner.

The man and all passengers were surprised at the changed behavior of the pig. The man asked the philosopher: "At first it was jumping up and down. Now it is sitting like a pet cat.

Why?"
Philosopher said: "No one realizes the misfortune of another without tasting trouble. When I threw this pig into the water, it understood the power of the water and the importance of the boat."
Pigs that are jumping up & down in India should be thrown in Pakistan, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, or even China for 6 months, then on coming to India, they will automatically become calm as a pet cat & lie in a corner.

Dedicated to all pigs Abusing 'India'

Jai Hind 🇮🇳🙏🙇‍♂️

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