By Scott Lindsay
There is a story about a man who was traveling in the desert. His travels had been long and the days had been hot. He came upon a small brook trickling through a small oasis. He desperately sought a drink to refresh himself, but noticed the largest pool (which was small by any standard) had a scorpion clinging to a small rock on the side of the brook.
It seems that the scorpion had fallen into the water and was having difficulty getting out. With the scorpion in the water the man had no real choice but to remove it just to get a drink.
Being a kind man he sought to remove the scorpion from the water instead of killing the creature. Several times the scorpion stung the man. Another traveler spotted the situation and asked why he would try to help a creature that was determined to hurt him.
The man replied, I know it is the nature of the scorpion to sting, but it is my nature to rescue and I do not wish to change my nature.
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