In the parable of the Sun and the Wind, the Wind challenges the Sun to a contest of strength.
“Whosoever can remove the coats from the travellers on the road below,” howls the Wind, “shall be strongest.”
The Wind blows with the force of a thousand hurricanes, and the travellers draw their coats ever tighter around their bodies.
Then the Sun shines, bright and round, and the travellers takes off their coats with relief.
The Sun with warmth won the day, and I want to be the Sun.