Writings of Porphyry Ivanov.

About the Cockerels.

There was once an owner who had a large farm. And on that farm, there was everything: a cow, and a pig, and geese, and hens. There was a lot of chickens. They began to grow up. And some of the cockerels who grew up began to offend little females. But those females were too young. The cockerels were immature, but they offended the little females. The owner says, “I have to get rid of these cockerels.” He chopped off their heads and cooked a soup.

And the other cockerels survived and then matured—they were left for seed.

Everything will be at its time.

Ivanov the Teacher.

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