The Lesson of the Eagle and the Crow

Crows are commonly referred to as blackbirds. They are well known for their intelligence, skill, and their high adaptability regardless of environment.

They are quite popular for their problem-solving skills and are famous for their communication skills. Crows has been known to never forget people who treated them in a negative way.

In some studies, they’re claimed to have the ability to teach the other crows how to identify this type of person. Therefore, a mob attack from crows are very likely if you irk one of them. Apparently, crows never forget a face.

Crows are also the only bird that dares to peck an eagle with its beak in the sky. Crows are troublesome and sometimes sits down on the eagle’s back and pecks him in the neck repeatedly while it flies.

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However, unlike the crow, the eagle is even smarter. The eagle does not react or fight with the crow at this point. Eagle doesn’t waste time or energy on the crow. Instead, the eagle will simply open their wings and begin to soar higher into the sky.

Not all animals can operate at the height an eagle does; after all, it is the king of the sky. Because of this fact, the eagle can soar as high as they want in the sky without being bothered about the crow on its neck. Unlike the eagle though, a Crow has their limits and this is advantage Eagle.

The higher an eagle flies, the harder it is for the crow to breathe. Eventually the crow just falls down because it lacks oxygen and can’t breathe normal at higher altitudes.

Learn from the eagle and don’t fight the crows, just keep climbing higher. They may still be sitting on you, but they will soon fall down. Don’t get distracted. Concentrate on the things above you and keep climbing up.

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