Dr. Ben Carson, A Siberian Tiger, And A Goat

The Russian newspaper headline reads, Siberian Tiger Becomes Unlikely Friends With A Goat It Was Given To Eat. According to the article, the two eat together, play together, and have a fine old time. 

What? How did this happen?

The article continues, “Simply stated, when the goat was released into the enclosure it did not show any fear. It didn’t act like prey.” “No one had taught the goat to be afraid of tigers, So the adversaries became friends, instead.” state the zoo park officials.

This recounting makes me think of Dr. Ben Carson’s story and how his mother refused to allow her sons to see themselves as victims. 

Humm, is there something here for us to learn? Think for a moment how Carson's refusal to see  himself as a victim may have freed him to become an outstanding neurosurgeon.

In Become the Person You Were Meant to Be there is a section that deals with the Victim-Victimizer Swing. Understanding how the "Swing" can take over and how to deal with it when you fall into it (and you will!) can change your life. By the way, it’s never too late to stop doing the same old thing and to do something new and different, 

 Read more at http://www.grindtv.com/wildlife/siberian-tiger-becomes-unlikely-friends-with-a-goat-it-was-given-to-eat.