Elisa wrote:I want to submit this Aesop’s fable. My parents always told it and one day I saw it on a carved wood celing of a city hall (municipal building) in my mountains.
I know this fable. Though in my version the donkey doesn't sink. If I don't mistake, it was in a book of well known soviet poet and translator S. Marshak. Let's check...yes, that's him!
Where did you take it? I mean it's not carved in English
on the ceiling of your city hall, is it?
Of course, nowadays we obtain the information easily, thank to internet. However, not everything. For example, sometimes there is no way to identify a melody which you listen to, or recollect. In such case the internet search doesn't work, so you have to save this melody into your memory and later 'to play back' to someone who really exists, preferably a music lover.
I have such an unidentified piece of music in my memory, vere famous one. Can you read notes by chance?
Have you ever had this problem?
And also, may I ask you to translate that sentence of yours into right English please? No offend
Elisa wrote:We have to go on and do what we think is the best for us and think with our head