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Why I Called The Unrit "Ulod"?

Updated: Mar 9, 2023

There was a story of a caterpillar turning into a butterfly.

It's a process. It requires patience, humility, struggles, guts, submission, overcoming, and determination.

The story goes like this:

There once was a man who came across a butterfly cocoon. Curious to see the butterfly emerge, the man sat and watched for many hours as the butterfly struggled to force its body through a small hole. Then, nothing the butterfly appeared to stop making any progress. So with the best intentions, the man decided he had to help the butterfly, he grabbed a pair of scissors and cut off the remaining bit of the cocoon.

With the cocoon cut open, the butterfly no longer had to struggle and emerged easily. However, as it emerged, the man noticed it had a swollen body and small shriveled wings.

The man continued to watch, expecting the butterfly to grow its wings and fly away. However, this did not happen, the butterfly spent the rest of its very short life crawling around the ground with a swollen body and small wings, unable to fly.

What's the lesson? How related this story to our unrit brothers and sisters?

Our unrit brothers and sisters are like caterpillars who want to fly, but they need to know and realize that they were still inside the cocoons of BAPOR. They need something to push themselves to finish the process.

If you are our unrit brothers and sisters, how many years you are there inside that cocoon of yours?

It's now your time to fly. Struggle & overcome. Finish the process and start your APhiO journey.

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