Its delicious honey spilled from a honeycomb, and flies eagerly came to devour it.

And it was so sweet they couldn't put it down.

But their legs were caught in the honey and they could not take flight again.

Already on the verge of drowning in their treasure, they exclaimed: "We are dying, unfortunate women, for wanting to take everything in an instant of pleasure!"

Always take the most beautiful things in your life with serenity, little by little, so that you can enjoy them fully.

Don't go drowning inside them.

Aesop's Fable

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Who is guided only by their tastes, could run wild in a life of ups and downs and fluctuations of mood.

Rather, we need, just as we prepare to enter a new year, meditate and try to direct our lives to align more and more with God's plans.

That way, even if we face trials and some setbacks, we will know that we are going in the right direction… on the road to blessing (both personal and shared with others).

Come on, come on, let's not be like flies ... let's learn from today's fable.

Go ahead and may the Lord bless you.

Raul Irigoyen

'And I have said: I will bring you out of the affliction of Egypt to the land of the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Amorites, the Perizzites, the Hivites and the Jebusites, to a land flowing with milk and honey.' ”Exodus 3:17.

Honey flows from the adulteress's lips; her tongue is smoother than oil. Proverbs 5: 3.