One day the Teacher asked the disciples:
“Three frogs sat on the beam. One of them decided to jump into the water. How many frogs are left on the log?
“Three …” – one of them answered hesitantly.
“Of course, three frogs, – the Teacher smiled. – Because the frog just decided to jump but did not take any action for this. Never confuse an action with making a decision.
Sometimes it seems to you that you have already jumped, but in fact, you are still sitting on a log. And, surrounded by the same, like yourself, amphibians.”