It was a cold winter day, and a heavily dressed man noticed Nasruddin outside wearing very little clothing.
“Mulla,” the man said, “tell me, how is it that I am wearing all these clothes and still feel a little cold, whereas you are barely wearing anything yet seem unaffected by the weather?”
“Well,” replied Nasruddin, “I don’t have any more clothes, so I can’t afford to feel cold, whereas you have plenty of clothes, and thus have the liberty to feel cold.”


The more materialistic things one has the more weak one feels. Slowly we are going towards weakness. Is this progress, that too after all this hard work?