To break free from the cocoon the butterfly needs to undergo a struggle. To fly the butterfly has to free itself from the confines of the cocoon. To free itself from the cocoon the butterfly has to expand its wings. To find freedom the butterfly needs to expand it’s wings with enough force to break through the walls of the cocoon.
To be able to fly, the butterfly has to undergo a process of struggle — to both break free from the confines of the cocoon and to strengthen it’ wings.
And so the lesson was learned. Apart from struggle the butterfly would be constrained by the cocoon. Apart from struggle the butterfly would be unable to fly. Apart from the struggle, the butterfly would be unable to meet the possibilities of the day. Apart from the struggle, the butterfly would never experience freedom.
Apart from the struggle of breaking free from the cocoon the butterfly never be able to fly. Apart from the struggle the butterfly would not have the strength or fortitude to move beyond the cocoon. Apart from the butterfly’s struggle possibilities would not exist for the butterfly.
Please read Part 4 for context. Thank you.
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