Achilles

The hero of Greek mythology. Known for his strength and bravery. But like anyone else, he had a weakness. One of his heels was not in proper working order. Thus, the tendons that connect our heel to our ankle is named “Achilles’s Tendon”. Without it, we shall not walk. With it injured, we are unable to perform activities of daily life. We could not run, we could not jog or even jump with joy. It is such an integral part of our body, yet we take it for complete granted. And I’m not mad about it. I’m guilty of it too. But what lesson can we learn from this small, yet detrimental part of our anatomy?

I’ll leave it up for discussion.

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