Lady Komodo didn’t realize that she prepared your dinner with her poison.
Drawing is one way to remember knowledge and science.
One of them came out when I finished reading an article about Komodo dragons.
Quoted from a National Geographic article,
Komodo dragons kill using a one-two punch of sharp teeth and a venomous bite,
scientists have confirmed for the first time. The find dispels the common belief
that toxic bacteria in the Komodos ‘mouths are responsible for ultimately killing the dragons’ prey.
At that time, I imagine if the Komodo dragon is a lady cleaning cooking utensils in the kitchen.
What we know is that the Komodo dragon carries a lot of bacteria and venom.
So, it’s useless for her to clean up kitchen utensils if she contaminates it herself.
Efforts that we think are good can be disastrous because of what we think is good is not necessarily right for others.
So, we have to look from the other person’s point of view too.