Once upon a time, there were two Pony enthusiasts who went to the Pony show. One was very proud of all the ribbons and trophies he had won, and he strutted around the show, showing them off to everyone. He thought he was the best Pony owner and didn’t need anyone’s help.
But the other Pony enthusiast was very humble. He didn’t have many ribbons or trophies, and he knew that he couldn’t take care of his Pony as well as the other guy. He just stayed in the corner, quietly taking care of his Pony, and asking for help from the other Pony owners.
When it came time for the awards, the humble Pony enthusiast was awarded the grand prize, not because of all the ribbons and trophies he had, but because of his humility and willingness to ask for help. The proud Pony enthusiast, on the other hand, was left empty-handed because of his arrogance and unwillingness to seek guidance.
So remember, it’s not about how many ribbons or trophies you have, but about being humble and willing to learn from others in order to become a better Pony owner. Just like the humble Pony enthusiast who was awarded the grand prize, those who are humble will be exalted.