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Weekend Story-Archer’s Focus


In ancient Japan, there lived a skilled archer named Hiro. He could hit the target with impeccable precision. Curious, a young boy asked Hiro his secret. Hiro smiled and invited the boy to witness a demonstration. Placing a small piece of paper on the boy’s head, Hiro drew his bow. As he released the arrow, the boy’s heart raced. The arrow flew and split the paper cleanly. 

Astonished, the boy asked how Hiro achieved such focus. Hiro replied, “To master the mind, one must silence distractions and doubts. See only the target, feel only the bow, and let go. The true aim is not external, but within.”

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