only go through them once and cannot turn back to pick.”
The student, intrigued by the unusual request, set out for the wheat field on the outskirts of the village. The golden sea of wheat stretched as far as the eye could see, whispering tales of the wind and holding secrets within its stalks. Determined to fulfill the teacher’s request, the student began navigating the labyrinth of golden strands.
As the student ventured deeper into the field, the sunlight played hide-and-seek with the swaying wheat, casting enchanting patterns on the ground. The task seemed simple at first, but as time passed, the student hesitated. The wheat appeared endless, each stalk seemingly more promising than the last.
Compelled to choose wisely, the student carefully evaluated each stalk, considering its height, strength, and the fullness of its golden crown. The field, once a straightforward task, became a metaphor for life’s choices, and the student realized the weight of the teacher’s lesson.