Once Goddess Parvati got the divine fruit desired by her two sons Ganesha and Kartikeya. Lord Shiva decided that whoever circled the world three times and came back first would get it as a reward. Kartikeya quickly climbed on his peacock and began his journey. Ganesh was well aware that his formidable form and his vehicle rat were wasting his chances of winning the race. After thinking for a while, Ganesha started walking around his parents, Lord Shiva and Parvati. 

When they asked him why he was not circling the world, he answered - My world is at my parent’s feet. He not only won the fruit but also earned the admiration of other gods. 

Take home-

- Think out of the box 

- You should be aware of your limitations

- Solutions to every problem are hidden around you 

- Don't panic if someone has started their journey earlier than you- Every time it is not necessary that an early start will end up with the win.

- Thoughts and intentions should be clear and positive 

- Do more with less investment


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