Put a frog in a pot full of water and start heating the water. As the water temperature increases, the frog adjusts its body temperature as a result. The frog maintains itself by adjusting its body temperature along with the increase in the water temperature.

Just when the water is about to reach its boiling point, the frog can no longer adjust itself. At this point, the frog decides to jump. It tries to jump, but it is incapable of doing so, as it has used up all of its strength adjusting its body temperature. Very soon, the frog dies.

What killed the frog? Think about it! I know that many are going to say the boiling water did. But the truth is that what killed the frog was his own inability to decide when to jump.

We all have to adjust to both people and situations, but we have to be sure about when we need to adjust and when we need to keep moving forward. There are moments when we need to face up to the situation and take the appropriate action.

If we allow people to make us blow up physically, emotionally, financially, spiritually, or mentally, they will keep doing it.
Let us decide when to jump! We are going to jump while we still have the strength