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A donkey and his master were walking along a muddy trail when all of a sudden, the donkey fell into a ditch. The master tried to pull him out, but it was impossible. The ditch was too deep, and the donkey was too heavy. “Oh, how terrible!” – he cried. After hours of trying to get the donkey out of the ditch, the master gave up. “It’s no use. I’ll just have to bury him and end his suffering.” So, the man got a shovel and started throwing dirt over the donkey. But every time the donkey got covered in dirt, he would shake it off onto the ground and use it to take a step up. The more the master threw the dirt onto the donkey, the shallower the ditch got. Eventually, the donkey was able to climb out on his own.
Tom was an American inventor who grew up in Michigan together with his six siblings. He was homeschooled by his mother and read many books on Science and Art. Regardless of Tom’s hearing problems, he was a bright boy who loved to experiment and learn new things. He began his career as an inventor at the age of thirty by creating a device that could record sounds and play them back. This invention was revolutionary at that time and essentially made Tom a celebrity. Everyone was calling him a genius. This attention inspired Tom to continue experimenting with transmitters until one day he stumbled upon a system of electric illumination. During the 1800’s, people lit up their homes with gas and oil-based lamps. The problem was that these methods were expensive and dangerous. Many houses burned down after oil lamps were accidentally dropped and draperies caught on fire. Tom saw a problem that most people didn’t even realize they had, and he wanted to find a solution. So, he hired a team of experts to assist him in a new project that would change the world. As with most major achievements, there were many failures along the way. And after some time, the people around him started to doubt the project and tried to encourage him to stop his efforts and work on something else. But this never discouraged Tom. He understood that if he was going to invent something extraordinary, it wouldn’t be easy. He would have to fail, and it would be through those difficult moments that would make him stronger and give him the experience he needed to succeed. After years of trial and error, Thomas A. Edison changed the world by inventing the lightbulb.