Do you follow some traditions that do not make sense logically? If you are like me, you do at least a thing or two just becuase everybody else is doing it, even though you may not be happy about it.
Looking through my old notes, I found this story which symbolically represents many old traditions that we follow without paying any attention to why we do what we do. Let’s start this conversation with the story straight.
The Tradition Of Black Snake Breakfast
10,000 years ago, a farmer watches while his crops start to wither under the sun. The earth now baked dry with no signs of rain. This is unusual. He is worried knowing not what to do.
One morning his wife catches a black snake, kills and cooks it for breakfast. Later that week the rains come and the crops are saved. The farmer is very happy.