The trials of Heracles

The sixth trial of Heracles was to clean the Augean stables in one day which had years of built up filth which would take the average man ages to clean. However Heracles was not an average man. He began his task by breaking the wall near the stable down. He then diverted two rivers using a canal into the stables. This washed all the filth out and not only cleaned the stable, but also cultivated the land. Now that’s what I call working smarter not harder.

Blair McPherson www.blairmcpherson.co.uk

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2 Comments

Darren Weale 2 Years Ago
Interesting. Unleash the heroes and Gods of ancient Greece on the challenges of public service! What are you doing now?
Blair McPherson 2 Years ago in reply to Darren Weale .
Today I will be voting.Next week I will be leaving the country but only for a holiday. I continue to try and influence through my blogs and articles www.blairmcpherson.co.uk