There once was a group of children who loved their 'toys' so much that they began to focus all matters of life on the pursuit of their 'toys'. They became greedy and lustful. In their insatiable lust for 'toys' they even began to selfishly attack and hurt one another, never sharing, and completely disregarding their family relations with each other. For the only thing these growing children cared about was their 'toys'. The father watched his young children grow, but never took their 'toys' away, for he believed it best to let his children learn from their own mistakes knowing that all children will eventually grow out of childish fixations on 'toys'. Thus he allowed this to continue for a time. As time passed some children grew up and were now mature enough to see the wisdom of their fathers advice. Most of the children however had not matured at all and had in fact gotten much worse as they were now extremely ungrateful to their father for supplying them with their beloved 'toys', for in their hearts they believed that they deserved the 'toys' out of their own greatness and grandeur. It seemed they loved there 'toys' more than they loved their father, but the fathers love was unconditional and continued. The wiser children out of concern and love for their naive siblings tried to show them the error of their ways and were only met with scoughs and disbelief, sometimes the foolish brothers were even violent towards their wiser brothers. The wise brothers never hit them back and inspite of all this the wiser brothers like their father continued to love and tried to help their foolish brothers, even though they would not listen and continued to pursue their own selfish lust for their 'toys' and all the troubles that followed. Much time had now passed and the father grew concerned about the children and their unhealthy adolescent fixation on 'toys', for enough time had passed and the children were now to old for 'toys' and needed to grow up. So the father instructed their mother to remove their 'toys' to give them a forced but helpful push, the father knew what was best for his children and what they were capable of handling, for he knew all his sons well. He also knew that they would not willingly give up their 'toys', so he instructed their mother to swiftly and powerfully take their 'toys' from them. Many foolish children cried. In time all of the children eventually grew up, and all were now grateful to their father and saw his wisdom. To he who has ears let him hear and understand. As Above so Below...